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Kylynn Meggs CRR7In Paul Rogat Loeb’s “Making Our Lives Count”, the author emphasizes the importance ofhuman interaction for our development. Loeb acknowledges that many of us are aware of theimportance in voicing our own needs and opinions and taking care of ourselves. In the passage,Loeb states that he has concern regarding that we may be less likely to think about our ownwellbeing as connected to others in the public sphere. He also explains that he relates to thosewho are weary of being assertive in the public sphere because they are afraid that their voiceswill not be heard. Loeb is very adamant about explaining the importance of human connectionand how interacting with others will teach us about who we are as individuals. He also explainsthat staying silent on issues that we value can mean that we are no longer true to ourselves andwe lose the ability to be whole as human beings. Loeb emphasizes the importance of serving

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Term
Spring
Professor
scott quenton
Tags
Sociology, democratic principles, Paul Rogat Loeb

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