A Justice Site
CSUDH Habermas UWP
California State University, Dominguez Hills
University of Wisconsin, Parkside
Created: June 6, 2001
Latest update: August 30, 2001
Discussions for timed essay:
- What does Fellman mean by a paradigm shift? jeanne's lecture notes for Week 1
- Does a paradigm shift effectively transform discourse? Explain. (Shifting the model should shift the dominant discourse.)
- Why do we think of paradigms as inevitable? As the only way to do things? (Consider the constraints of dominant discourse.)
- Tuesday, September 4, 2001:
- Introduction to Gordon Fellman's Rambo and the Dalai Lama Teaching and Review Essays online for Rambo and the Dalai Lama
- When Dictionaries Don't Work Adversarialism, a Definition. Online.
- Thursday, September 6, 2001:
- Some Suggested Measures of Learning: firstname.lastname@example.org:
- Give an explanation in your own words of what Fellman means by a paradigm shift.
- Explain your understanding of Erik H. Erikson's quote at the start of Chapter 3 of Rambo and the Dalai Lama: "[I]t is best to do to another what will strengthen you even as it will strengthen him [sic]---that is, what will develop his best potentials even as it develops your own." p.19. (Can you explain why Fellman put a [sic] in the quotation?)
- Give an explanation in your own words of what Fellman means by adversarialism.
- Answer one of the discussion questions in your own words.
- Your own choice of measurement.