This essay focuses on When we don’t have the answers to our questions. Intelligence is not a race. Intelligence is a process. Some will take more time, and some will take less time, but everyone will eventually pass, whether you’re gifted or not so gifted.
Please write a book report on the book: (Leisure: The Basis of Culture, by Josef Pieper. (ISBN: 1890318353) for me basing on the following instructions: Type the MLA citation for the book on the top of the page. Then include the following:
1. Basic Knowledge: Identify three ways in which this book distinctively advanced your theoretical knowledge of the rhetoric and philosophy of communication.
2. Metaphor and Argument: State the central question(s) of scholarly inquiry guiding the book. Locate the dominant themes or idea clusters (metaphor or metaphor pattern) and relate it to the key scholarly argument you encountered in the book. Respond to the author’s position, making explicit your own rhetorical or philosophical standpoint (assumptions, biases, perspectives, etc.)
Today we have the answers to almost every question. But how do we make sure that these answers are available to everyone? And not just the answers, but explanations, the directions, the research and the expert advice to go along with these answers. No one should have to walk around with unanswered questions. When we don’t have the answers to our questions, we are more prone to mistakes, we are more vulnerable to manipulation, exploitation and abuse. We also waste time and resources. When a person lacks knowledge, it creates insecurities and confusion.
Intelligence is not a race. Intelligence is a process. Some will take more time, and some will take less time, but everyone will eventually pass, whether you’re gifted or not so gifted. Each person will eventually have a greater understanding of themselves and the world around them, and, be able live their life to the fullest potential possible.