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    Education and Experience

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    Paper: Experience & Education S. Reyes University at Albany, SUNY Introduction Education and Experience offers Dewey’s thoughts about traditional and progressive education and the importance of a theory of experience. The two principles underlying experience are continuity and interaction. By considering these two ideas and their relationship to each other, we can try to understand experience. What is an educative experience as opposed to a non-educative experience? What do

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    Mystical Experiences

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    Mystical or Spiritual experiences occur everyday in so many ways for so many different people. Some people tend to encounter these experiences through religious rituals or even just on thoughts of life itself. Whatever the thoughts or feelings may be, everybody has such an experience sometime during their life. Could the feelings that some may have be reactions in the brain or acts of God to help us realize our faith, and discover new mysteries that may lie ahead of us? Hearing many stories of different

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    Drug Experiences

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    I thought for this entry I'd wax nostalgic with some of my most memorable drug experiences - including first times, best times, and worst times. -- The interesting thing about weed is that the first time you smoke it, you don't get stoned. At least, that's the common impression. In reality, I think you just don't realize you're stoned the first time. My first time smoking pot, I smoked a little dirty looking bundle of dried leaves out of a pipe my friend fashioned from an aluminum soda can (crushed

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    My previous experience in counseling encompassed three different aspects. The first is Decision Counseling which involves leading individuals in giving their lives to Christ. Next, Commissioned Lay Counseling assists in leading individuals to view life issues from a Christ-centered perspective. Lastly, Coaching consists of leading individuals to have a different view on past negative life experiences. Functioning in all three capacities has shown me the need others have for understanding and coping

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    Knowledge Through Experience In this paper I will argue in favor of David Hume’s empiricist theory of knowledge as presented in An Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding. First I will explain where his theory of knowledge comes from and then prove how it is correct by arguing it against Descartes’ view of knowledge and proving why Hume is correct. Hume’s view of knowledge is based on the empiricist theory which states that knowledge is only acquired through a sensory experience. Hume’s specific

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    Importance of Cross-cultural Experiences Question Answered: Present the ways in which cross-cultural experiences strengthen a continuous development of the world environment. The world has come a remarkably long way in the past century or so in its development. In the political arena, there is a world torn by conflict. It has gone through two world wars, and countless other wars like the Vietnam, Korean, and Gulf Wars. But in the economic sphere, the world is also joining together as the international

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    Classification of Psychic Experiences Generally speaking, psychic experiences which deal with receiving information from an outside source, either living or passed on can be classified into the following categories: psychometry, telepathy, clairvoyance, clairaudience, automatic writing and channeling. Two more psychic techniques, assumption and projection, deal with transferring the personality to a remote location. Psychometry is the art of receiving information about someone by touching

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    Unforgettable Experiences in the U.S. Problems faced by international students who come to the U.S. for the first time are not always easy to overcome. As one of them, I've found it very difficult to handle most of the problems I've encountered. I've experienced a very terrible culture shock that still makes me upset. As a student, I've found that the personal and cultural problems I experience may gravely affect my grades. The three major problems I've encountered deal with independence, homesickness

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    Experiences in the Writing Center When I started to work at the Writing Center, I had about eleven years of experience in tutoring English as a foreign language to non-native English speakers in Germany. The experience I had gained from that proved to be very helpful. Before you can address the problems in writing, like any other problem, it is very important to get to know the writer. If you can build a bridge between the two individuals, who should work together in a tutoring session, it

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    Noel Carroll analyses in his paper ‘Aesthetic Experience Revisited’ three different views about ways to attain an aesthetic experience. The first account is the affect-orientated approach which purports to distinguish a certain emotive quality in the experience caused by an artwork. The second account is the axiological approach whose capacity commits to the necessary condition for an experience to be valued on its own. Finally, the content-oriented view addresses the properties that are produced

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