Computational English ReportLucian Green
Before I studied Computational English, I found I didn’t have the
confidence to put pen to paper and write, even though I felt I had many
ideas. The key word here is write – I was good at doing
assignments for others, but not for myself.
Now that I have studied Computational English, I can write ideas on
paper and on computer, that I have devised myself. The advantage
of writing is to develop one’s ideas and prepare to expand them.
ideas – These are not pedagogical reasons, but conclusions, that you can write reasons for later.
What is in the Course?
I became interested in Computational English because it seemed central
in Arts, and I wanted to write my own arts degree, intertwining various
reasons. Computational English is a set of arguments that
analyses the world of English using computers. It is the first of
Green’s major works and will be of interest to scholars interested in
philosophy and those interested in self-development.
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