I handed the following paper in as part of my final research project for my Arabic Dialectology course this semester. Designed to explore many of the linguistic aspects of variation and change in the varieties used throughout the Middle East, we were eventually asked to focus our research down to one regional dialect and compare it to MSA (Modern Standard Arabic).
The following paper is what I handed in for my final in my political philosophy class this semester. Elizabeth Anderson is a feminist political philosopher who gives extensive treatment to the nature of freedom, particularly in this article (beginning on page 34 of the PDF) to the nature of freedom as it relates to labor.
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I'm J.R., a US Navy veteran and Linguist. This blog is devoted to insights and experiences I've gained over the years.