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Tutor profile: Sean Q.

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Sean Q.
Graduate Student in Political Science / Experienced EMT
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Subject: Writing

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How can I create a question/answer that won't betray my artistic integrity as a writer?

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Sean Q.
Answer:

I can't, not in any genuine way. Creative writing is my strength, but I have written many academic essays, research proposals, etc. I will gladly proofread, review anything you need help with.

Subject: Philosophy

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What's the point of studying philosophy?

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Studying philosophy is very useful when it comes to things such as symbolic logic. It's not about learning information. It's about learning how to thing.

Subject: Political Science

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What exactly is political science?

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Many people think that political science is like "current events", when in reality it's all about rigorous testing of variables and theories, the same as any other realm of science. The difference between the social sciences and the "hard" sciences is that the social sciences will generally have lower percentages for any given outcome in order to account for the fact that humans can simply make decisions that buck trends.

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