Unformatted text preview: author asserts his arguments, leaving the article open ended for interpretation. Having high expectations based on the first article, the subsequent excerpts felt drawn out lacking much evidence to support either claims of hedgehog or fox. While the evidence they did provide was valid, the analysis of the data was not as concise to an every day reader. I did not fully comprehend the points the author was trying to insinuate with the calibration data, claiming that foxes have a grater advantage. The graph while convincing, does not really illustrate clearly what the author is trying to say, filled with cluttered labeling of the axis. Rereading Excerpt #2, I still cannot fully grasp the concept the author is trying to portray, due to the wording of the actual article....
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- Spring '09
- Categorization, Isaiah Berlin, Sir Isaiah Berlin, The Hedgehog and the Fox, Greek poet Archilochus