critical thi nking

Topic: critical thi nking
assingment:
In his final essay, Michel de Montaigne avows, “I would rather be an authority on myself than on Cicero.” St. Augustine’s Confessions demonstrates a similar desire to know or have “authority” (mastery/sovereignty/control) over the self. According to both St. Augustine’s Confessions and Montaigne’s Essays, what specific forces or obstacles stand in the way of fulfilling this desire to know the self? And how do the two writers differ in their attempts to overcome these obstacles to self-knowledge or self-mastery? Be sure to answer all parts of the question. Papers that do not respond to the essay question will automatically receive a failing grade
** the professor wants you to state quotes from the book some quotes that represents the obsticles and some that represtnts the solutions and explain what the author ment when he made that quote from each story**
text: “the norton anthology world literature” volume 1 (isbn-978-0-393-91960-8)
“augustine” page 832 and “michael de montaigne” page 1647

16Topic: Why and how does immigration become a political issue?
In this research essay students are expected to critically engage different views on an important
In this research essay students are expected to critically engage different views on an important
issue concerning Canadian politics, and develop their own argument through an informed and

 

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