Introduction - believe that we got to our superior state of...

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Name: ____Patrick Bakley _____________________ Chapter: ____Introduction _____________________ General Humanities Reading Activity: Reading exercise directions: Each week you will submit a 3-5 paragraph typed paper on that weeks reading. Please pick something of interest out of the chapter and tell me about it. Did you like or dislike it? Why do you think it is important to your learning of humanities? I DO NOT want a summary of the chapter reading. If you turn in a summary I will count it as a zero. Well for the most part I thought it was a good introduction to what seems to be an exciting class. It covers things that I would assume will be put more in depth as I go. This keeps you thinking. However, there were parts that I did not like such as the development of man over time. Then again, there were parts that I found interesting such as the architecture that is explored through the chapter. The development of man over time was one of those things that I just could not except because of my beliefs. Granted it was a very interesting theory. I, however, just cannot come to
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Unformatted text preview: believe that we got to our superior state of being over millions and billions of years. In fact, it is almost hypocritical to say so, because of was shown with the pygmies. To this day they still have the traditions that were supposed to have been established thousands and thousands of years ago. With this thought you would have to either conclude that these pygmies are still close to a state of being cavemen or the time frame that men suppose is so long is in fact a fraction of those theories. Now the architecture of the past is what I found to be most interesting. Just reading about how something so fascinating as Stonehenge was built from a simple system of levers and pulleys is in itself fascinating. Even the statues of the Egyptians that are so delicately made with detail are just amazing. I really do think that this was a good lesson and I am looking forward to the rest....
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