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  1. Sep 2016
    1. have a home

      What does "home" mean?

    2. Because shelter is an essential part of sustaining oneself, identity is closely tied to one’s place of home, and because no place is guaranteed to be a permanent home, this aspect of identity is consistently fragile.

      Therefore, according to this article, our identity is never "stable"?

    3. psychogeography

      “the study of the precise laws and specific effects of the geographical environment, consciously organized or not, on the emotions and behavior of individuals” http://www.psychogeography.co.uk/

    4. omeless demonstrate how urban space impacts the psyche and directs behavior.

      can be linked to Sarah Schindler's argument about the built environment and how it dictates human relations

    1. To better understand how judgment plays a role in the work of inquiry, consider how Quintilian discusses the various kinds of questions (indef-inite and definite) that rhetoricians take up (Institutes 3-5).

      Intro element, IC.

    2. The rhetor who collects, archives, traces, or inquires does not give up any claims to judgment (krisis).

      x,y, or z.

    3. "In chapter 1,..."

      Intro. element, I.C.

    1. he Court could not see

      Sadly, I do not think the Court was oblivious to the message. Cases like this further prove the sad reality of this nation's society and it's racist nature.

    2. Throughout history, people have used varied methods to exclude undesira-ble individuals from places where they were not wanted.

      It's so sad to think that the same country that was built upon the belief that "all men are created equal," still condones racism and segregation, today.

    3. constrains the behavior of those who interact with it, often without their even realizing it

      In countries like Honduras, where violence is predominant, certain neighborhoods have gone as far as building walls with armed security and bulletproof cars surrounding their houses, in order to isolate themselves from the rest of the population.