student notes 2: appending reflections

One way to update the commonplace tradition, and adapt it to our particular use in this class, is to attach reflections to each, or to most, of the passages recorded.

As I build out this my commonplace book, watch for reflections.  The ones in blue font* are meant as models.  They are models mostly in terms of approximate length and depth. If you don’t see blue font, I may still be working on that particular reflection.

*For example in sections D, G, and I (as of 16Mar16).

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