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Percy Essay Walker Percy has explored various aspects of Human Nature in this essay Loss of the Creature He explores how there are certain experiences in this world that come in symbolic packages or attached to preformed complexes Percy explores the definition of Sovereignty and how it applies to the situations that he describes In his opinion Knowledge and experiences are obscured by the symbolic package Walker discuss the stratagems people can apply in order to have a genuine experience The symbolic package is the educational version of the preformed complex They are both interpretations of the actual thing The symbolic Package is an interpretation of what students are supposed to learn and how they should go about learning it The preformed complex is what an experience is supposed to be like what we are supposed to see and take away It is these things that obscure the world these packages are what people see instead of the world We have the power to decide whether we have a real experience or whether we just settle for a preformed one Sovereignty is rule over a group or yourself If you are in charge of your own thoughts and or emotions then you are sovereign Sovereignty is an important part of having a genuine experience you and only you can choose to recover the canyon Some of us are not content with the beaten path and choose to leave it this is made possible by awareness that something is wrong and a personal freedom to change it For those of us who know that our lives are wrapped up and obscured by the preformed complex or the symbolic package there are ways to change it stratagems A person who has always followed the path and is tired of can choose to leave in order to try and find something
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