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Department
History
Course
HIS236H5
Professor
Petrokas
Semester
Winter

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March 4, 2014 HIS 236 Tutorial John -“the savage” -independent thinker -individual -son of the director -used as leverage for Bernard -not from world state, from a savage land -savage land: monogamous -engaged in sacrifices -self-mutilation -very emotional -reads literature – Shakespeare -put on display -stands in for us as readers (1932) Shakespeare -heretic -old, primitive -the language through which John understand the world, the way John expresses himself -passionate/emotional -inspires thinking -leads to social instability God -a past event/thing -savage religion -only needed when there are problems -primitive -incompatible with technology -emotional, inspires thinking “Feelie” -“movies” that stimulate all the senses -consumerism, instead of feeling freely, you have to pay -reproduction
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