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So, I have already made my decision about what school I am attending and all that, and I am now in "prep mode" for law school. My UG is offering a power reading course that is essentially free...is it worth doing this? I would consider myself an "average" reader and was wondering if a course like this would be beneficial for a future law student. Thanks.
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If it's "essentially free" and you have nothing better to do, why not? I don't see how it could hurt.
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Want to be come a better reader? Read German Philosophers like Hegel and Kant and comprehend it. After that, anything is possible.
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pbutta123 wrote:Want to be come a better reader? Read German Philosophers like Hegel and Kant and comprehend it. After that, anything is possible.
You won't be able to understand it without instruction.
Speculative logic is a serious bitch.
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