Inquiry: a cross-curricular reader
This is a collection of 87 readings from various fields of study organized into chapters focused on one of six questions: how do I know who I am, how do I know what I know, what is really important, what is a good idea, what can we learn from the past, and, what will the future be like? The questions are designed to stimulate writing, and the reading play off against each other so that they contribute to debate on the questions. For all those interested in developing composition and writing skills.
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How Do I Know Who I Am?
Questions for Discovery and Discussion
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