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Using the Peer Review Rubrics below, you will review their journal, make comments, and grade their work. You are free to mark up their document with annotations and in-line editing. Or, you can look i

Using the Peer Review Rubrics below, you will review their journal, make comments, and grade their work. You are free to mark up their document with annotations and in-line editing. Or, you can look it over and offer a summary pasted to the end of the journal. 

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Comments to the side.

Task (2) Read the Existential Lecture & Retrospective Response

Context: The Mind is a Scary Place

Existentialism was the brainchild of men who didn’t want the name attached to them. The movement has fuzzy origins, but generally, the end of WWII marks the beginning. Jean-Paul Sartre claimed the emerging ideas of ‘experience all things from the first-person perspective’ slowly organized under Existentialism. Soon, philosophers from Soren Kierkegaard up through Martin Heidegger, and famously Albert Camus, captured the essence of the human being through their art, novels, and movies. 


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1. Look at the picture ‘Axe Tree by Vladimir Kush’, which one are you, the axe or the tree, or both. Explain.a. I identify as the ax because I think of myself as a go getter an take go for whatever I want in life. Same as the ax symbolizing the cutting of trees for human use.

2. The “Standard view of the world” given to us by popular society vs “our personal alternative view of the world” is a common Existential comparison by Sartre in the lecture. What do you think is the “Standard view of the world” as seen by three different regions of the global? Then, compare that to “your alternative view of the world”?a. I agree with Sartre that we create the vision but at the end of the day we something shadow ourselves from the reality so sometimes I question if what we see and believe is true. Either way everyone has their own reality,

3. The Existentialism demands you review your place in the world, are you are being in the world, or are ‘you’ nothingness? Explain how you are not just another object?a. I think that I am doing my part. I am not extraordinary fighting for climate change but the chances of me being able to play a big part are slim. I do what I need to do and I recycle.

4. Existentialists and Black Mirror paint the nature of man as “a canorous, ignorant, savage beast looking to satisfy its desires.” Do you agree or disagree? Give examples.a. I agree almost everyone is self-centered and do things that will only benefit themselves. Prime example is all the competitions all around the world. You can look up online and there is a contest for just about anything to be in first place. People feel the need to be fulfilled because it’s in our nature to prove they are the best at something and they will cheat, kill, or steal to get to the top.

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