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The intent of Summary Papers is to get you to crystallize and organize your understanding of the assigned reading. Writing summaries is a good mental exercise to reinforce the knowledge you have of a subject by having to quicken it into a narrative. Whenever you have to explain something to someone else, you strengthen your understanding of what you are explaining – and this is what a summary does in a more formal way. Do not use any source other than our text. See the page called “Papers – Guidance and Expectations” in the first module for more information expectations, and also the syllabus for a more detailed explanation about how to be successful in writing them.
Specifics: 2-3 pages double spaced.
Here is your question for the Summary Paper:
How does John Locke demonstrate that all knowledge comes from primary substance?