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JOURNAL 1 Sept 13 1999 Monday September 13 was the first day of my Principles of Ethical Reasoning class From the minute I stepped into the classroom and by the way the classroom was set it struck me immediately that this class would have a different type of atmosphere and learning experience than the other classes at Sir Sandford The classroom was set so that all the students were sitting in a circle as if we would be involved in a tribal meeting of sorts Born and raised in Montreal by strict Muslim morals and values this type of atmosphere and setting was something I was used to in a religious ceremony at the Mosque our place of worship Immediately I felt a sense of home and comfort knowing that the whole class would be involved in the learning experience not by one ideology or thinking but by sharing and discussing and learning from each other on an individual basis John what I felt from you on a first impression basis was that you were probably arrogant and all knowing I guess this is just a feeling that all students feel about their teachers prior to getting to know them You came off strong talking about certain rules and goals you wanted the class to attain before its 15 week duration was over yet I felt a sort of wisdom in your voice None the less I was ready to give you and the class a chance even though after reading the course outline I felt the class was bullcensored You wanted honesty I did not realize until the end of the class the severity and importance of this class and also at the end of the day when I pondered my thoughts and read a few excerpts from your book What we discussed in class began with honesty The question brought up by you was if honesty is a
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