Reading Notes 202-2
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Celeste De Santiago on Saturday October 24, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to 202-2 at University of San Francisco taught by Stimpson in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 14 views. For similar materials see in Journalism and Mass Communications at University of San Francisco.
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Date Created: 10/24/15
de nition of the de nition of man think about it how it thinks about it ll everything is a symbol humans use symbols to make life easier natural world odd to have symbols nonverba natural side of the world lll Perceptions of negativity states no negatives n nature its mans invention no or don t laws are essentially negative thou shall not no says someone can t do something Ex no opposite of table but there is no table Ex People campaign what they aren t Ex advertising uses negatively what you don t want 0 be negatively works rhetorically things just are define who we are where we belong to what group IV Man s Perfection striving for perfection dangerous not natural rock and a tree are just that but man want to be more goas might have danger ex nazis wanted to be perfect ex scientists this leads to disregard for others and planet man can t leave things as they are V Language as a tool Key words Homo faber essential survival language expands in order to survive symbols allow us to connect what we re a a part of community Ex babycrying to Vl Social Hierarchy Use of language determines where you are Elite are those with owery language Skills disconnection from the natural world symbols teach us that we are central Ex Professors Vll may the odds be ever in your favor striving for perfection ups and downs we strive to be the best needs purpose to feel relevant status and achievement survival of the ttest food chain through symbols and money
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