And in this example of owning the learning, Michael synthesizes one of the major readings from the course, links it to his own learning, and then articulates
a new philosophy toward learning that he has adopted as a result of the self-assessment process:</p> <pre> In my midterm assessment I looked at this class in terms of feeling comfortable taking ownership in my own learning, and using that comfort to push myself further.
Two voids help achieve this; a central double-height atrium that serves as the focus of the house connecting living spaces with a mezzanine work study, and more curiously a horizontal void, 770mm high, that articulates
the structural division between concrete basement and timber frame; a continuously expressed interstitial datum that lies coincident with the re-entrant cutout.
The painting perfectly articulates
Modigliani's egalitarian sympathies.
2.) A strategic plan that clearly articulates
the future of the organization
Through the meaningful names of her antagonist and protagonist, Rowling explicitly articulates
the central theme of her narrative as the conflict between the paradigms of transcendence of context and adaptation to context--the same conflict which Elgin locates at the core of the high fantasy genre.
In theory, this broadness decides the case facing the court and simultaneously articulates
a rule of law applicable to similar cases that have not yet arisen.
This is a quite good account of the basic human goods, which Finnis, like Aquinas, articulates
in a threefold division: "respecting the goods of human life," "marriage, sexuality and integrity," and "truth, assertions and authenticity." These discussions of basic human rights are rooted in the "metaphysical stratification" of human personhood as discussed in q.