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As we transitioned into snacktime, Anne summed up Part II of our class session by posing the question: 

Does something trump choice?

I was reminded of this video, which may contextualize, problematize, and/or stigmatize (y)our understanding of the choice(s) you/we have as individuals and as part of a larger American culture/society... is it just me or am I making this statement highly inclusive? 

Anyway, what do y'all think about this?


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Archive of Class Notes

Archive of Class Notes for Food for Thought: The Omnivore's Dilemma

Day One: Introduction to the course--from food to philosophy

Day Two: "Our National Eating Disorder" (Pollan, pp. 1-31, 85-99)

Day Three: "Big Organic" (Pollan, pp. 134-184)

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