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Gabby CastroJessica SerratoSamantha GallardoEnglish 1109/14/11Description: We can’t enjoy kissing just anyone, but we can relish being right about almost anything. Pg.3Definition: Mistakes may be defined as deficiencies or failures in the judgmental and/or inferential processes involved in the selection of an objective or in the specification of the means to achieve it, irrespective of whether or not the actions directed by this decision-scheme run according to plan. Pg.12Exemplification: Man: You said pound cake. Woman: I didn’t say pound cake, I said crumb cake. Man: You said pound cake. Woman: Don’t tell me what I said. ETC. Pg.viiii
Exemplification:page 25. the authors collegue writes that one its co-workers is pregnant when in reality she is not.Definition:page 5. Who noted taht we err because of "inattention, distraction, lack of interest, poor prepartation, genuine stupidity, timidity, braggadocio, emotional imbalance, ideological, racial.Description:page 33.today we know that the false fires as will o the wisps: mysterious wandering lights that, folklore, lead unwary travelers astray, typically into the depths of a swamp or over the edge of a cliffRichard Gomeztyler Moyer
Michelle Bese, Megan Thompson, Haley Anderson.Description: "As bats are batty and slugs are sluggish,our own species is synonymous with screwing up." pg.6 Kathryn is describing how universal messing up is with humans. Definition: " Likewise, it is surprisingly difficult to get angry unless you are either convinced that you are correct, or humiliated and defensive about being wrong." pg8 Kathryn describes human's natural recations to being wrong or right. Exapmlification: " unlike many of life's other deligts, chocolate,surfing, kissing, it does not enjoy any mainline access to our biochemistry: to our appetites, our adrenal glands, our limbic systems, our swoony hearts." pg1 kathryn describes different pleasures and compares them to feeling right.
Exempification(page6)-"Accordingly, when mistakes happen anyway,we typically respond as if they hadn't, or as if they shouldn't have: we deny them, wax defensive about them, ignore them, downplay them, or blame it on somebody else."- She's giving examples of how people deny mistakes they make.Description(page 10)- "We can be wrong about integrity of our money manager, the identity of a murder suspect, or the name of the shortstop for the '62 Mets; about the structure of a Hydrogen Molecule or the day of the Second Coming; about the location of our car keys or the location of weapons of mass destruction."- She is describing how we can be wrong about various things.Definition(page 32)- "Thus, the defining features of a hypothesis is that it has the potential to be proven wrong(which is why it must be both testable and tested), and the defining features of a theory is that it hasn't been proven wrong yet." - She she is defining the characteristics of a hypothesis and theory.Jessica V. & Kayla S.
Aifty SackeyChie SonodaNick RossiterDescription: "...the thrill of being right is undeniable, universal, and (perhaps most oddly) almost entirely undiscriminating." pg.3Exemplification: "I can never come across the name of the German writer Goethe without remembering the kindly but amused correction delivered to me by a college professor the first time I said it out loud, as Go-eth." pg.19Definition: "..."erratic," used to describe movement that is unpredictable or aimless." pg.41
Chastity Duke said...My group included myself, Kaitlyn Sturm, and Dominique Maez. For our description we choose to cite the first page where she describes how great the feeling of being right is. For our definition we chose to cite pg. 27 where she defines errors as something that is dangerous and humiliating. Last but not least for our exemplification we chose how she used an interviewee as an example for how hard it is to realize and recall mistakes we have made on pg. 20.September 14, 2011 1:30 PM
Charmaine Parubrub, Mayadah Saef, Amisha PatelExemplification (example): The story of how Ross Gelbspan, a journalist, mistakes Donella Meadows to be pregnant and writes about her in an article. Kathryn explains how he makes a mistake. PG 25-26Definition: Plato’s straightforward definition of error: “To be wrong is to believe something is true when it is false, or, conversely, to believe it is false when it is true.” PG 11Description (figurative): “What are you smoking?” or “Are you on crack?” The author is describing how we question someone who is acting/being crazy. The person is not literally smoking or on crack. PG 36
My group included myself, Kaitlyn Sturm, and Dominique Maez. For our description we choose to cite the first page where she describes how great the feeling of being right is. For our definition we chose to cite pg. 27 where she defines errors as something that is dangerous and humiliating. Last but not least for our exemplification we chose how she used an interviewee as an example for how hard it is to realize and recall mistakes we have made on pg. 20.
*We had originally done the assignment on Wednesday. Unfortunately, it somehow is not showing up. So, we are redoing the assignment.*Gerald Lebrilla & Olga *Last nameDescription: And, of course, we eat our words. These sayings differ in their origins, but the overall implication is clear: error is both extremely unappetizing and very tough to digest. If being right is succulent, being wrong runs a narrow, unhappy gamut from nauseating to worse than death."- Page 27Definition: "In other words, erring is not only a moral problem. It is also a moral solution: an opportunity, as I said earlier, to rethink our relationship to ourselves, other people, and the world."- Page 14Exemplification: "Take the issue of aesthetics. We all know that matters of taste are different from matters of fact- that standards of right and wrong apply to facts but not to preferences."-Page 15
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