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march 28th, 2012 tutorial.odt

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History
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HIS263Y1
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t.a.bretedwards

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thMarch 28 2012check past exams format consistentprogress not always recieved as positively as outlined in theorysome people didnt like progress as articulated herearrowlakes communityafrica bill in halifaxstart by thinking about bc in post war era a lot of state sponsored mega projects on their way a lot of nature and development that lay behind logic of these projects what are these basic ideas about nature development that lay behind these projectsnature there to be exploited and harness for our benefit nature should operate in this equationmeans of economic prosperity resource to be tappedgovernment wanted to connect urban and rural togetherin terms of these ideas what kind of thinking these ideas epitomizedScience and technology supposed to propel society looking towards the future staying out of the pastwhat advantages could they bringScience will fix all our problemsevery aspect of society betterscience a new religionkeep up to date with the rest of the worldtesting the limits of capability altering nature through capital industry for purposes of economic development science guiding principles all along that processwhy science so appealing what did it represent in adherence to modernismsom
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