Response-Reaction Prompt - include Shacknow’s Speer’s...

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The Sunflower Language and Literature IVA Response-Reaction Paper Kowalczyk / Spingarn We’ve explored several philosophical responses to Simon Wiesenthal’s story. Each individual either agreed or disagreed with Simon’s refusal to forgive the Nazi, based on unique beliefs and life experiences. Now it’s your turn to respond. In at least 2 pages , you will demonstrate the following: your familiarity with Wiesenthal’s story your deep understanding of at least 2 of the related texts we read in class. (Possibilities
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Unformatted text preview: include Shacknow’s, Speer’s, those ready by your group members, and the two from Lickerman. • your carefully-considered and well-supported personal opinion on whether Simon made the right choice Your paper must be: • typed • double-spaced • Times New Roman, 12 point • printed out • submitted by MONDAY, MAY 13, 2013...
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