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W 131

by: Dewitt Shields
Dewitt Shields
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This 0 page Class Notes was uploaded by Dewitt Shields on Sunday November 1, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to ENG at Indiana University taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 18 views. For similar materials see /class/233496/eng-indiana-university in Foreign Language at Indiana University.

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Date Created: 11/01/15
Whiteside 1 Katie Whiteside Mrs Foster W131 01102011 The Difference between High School and College It seems that the major difference between high school work and college work is not the difficulty but rather more intellectual That instead ofjust learning the facts you research and explain the reasoning behind the facts To me that makes sense Since college is considered higher education then yes your work should have more of an intellectual aspect Notice how I said more of and notjust should What I mean by this is while your high school work was also a type of intellectual work your college work is going to be a more indepth intellectual work It will require you to use your brain in a different way and think in a way you usually would not The author goes on discussing the basis of belief and rather a belief is truly a true beliefor not He explains that for a belief to be a true belief there must be good reasoning present and you should be able to put forth a valid argument forthat belief A belief should not be based on authority as it most often is find what the author explains to be very true Through personal experience and observation all too often find that a lot of beliefs have no true reasoning behind them Take fashion magazines for example A recent article in Seventeen stated that the new rules of spring were mix patterns overload on sparkle layer lace and add something cozy So this would be considered their belief for spring fashion But why What are their reasons for this new spring fashion trend Without good reasons how can we believe that this trend is true Whiteside 2 While I do mostly agree with the author and his good arguments I also believe that there are those times when you just know There are some beliefs that it is acceptable not to know your reasons behind them They may be rare but sometimes you just have to believe Sometimes you just have to have faith and go with your heart on a beliefor view I believe it s one of those things that just cannot be explained


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