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Alexander Pope concentrate on their respective passions

Alexander Pope and John Locke set out from two very different points in their writings, and their separate focuses concentrate on their respective passions of hope and reason.

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There were ducks everywhere!

Pope defends the empirical method, but he does it in rhyming couplets.

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Pope defends the empirical method, but he does it in rhyming couplets.

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If people can only reason and think. according to what they know from experience how can there be such a thing as hope

If people can only reason and think according to what they know from experience, how can there be such a thing as hope?

Poor

3 or more punctuation errors

locke and pope argue that humans attain knowledge empirically, so both life and knowledge must be forever finite.

Locke and Pope argue that humans attain knowledge empirically, so both life and knowledge must be forever finite.

Poor

2 or more capitalization error(s)

Locke focuses mostly on the questoin of where those ideas come from, and he ansers that they come from experience.

Locke focuses mostly on the question of where those ideas come from, and he answers that they come from experience.

Poor

Spelling error(s)

Rather, it means that while they might have the capacity for  and skills, that remains only a potential until they make use of it.

Rather, it means that while they might have the capacity for knowledge and skills, that capacity remains only a potential until they make use of it.

Poor

Missing word(s)

They must put fourth effort and explain life in order to acquire these. This explanation flows well until evaluated in terms of human hope.

They must put forth effort and experience life in order to acquire these. This explanation flows well until evaluated in terms of human hope.

Poor

Incorrect word(s)

Humans are going to hope for a brighter future.

Humans are gonna hope for a brighter, brighter future.

Poor

Guideline error(s)

If people can only reason and think according to what they know from experience, sss be such a thing as hope?

If people can only reason and think according to what they know from experience, iii be such a thing as hope?

Poor

Incorrect tag

he wants to know why he suffer and where the benefit from it could be found.

He wants to know why he suffers and where the benefit from it could be found.

Poor

Combination of errors

Ah loooove youuuuuu.

I love you.

Poor

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Comment: transcriber imitated speaker's pronunciation when they should have transcribed just the words.

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Due to Lockes empirical philosophy, he begins his argument from a blank slate.

Due to Locke’s empirical philosophy, he begins his argument from a blank slate.

Good

2 or fewer punctuation errors

He does not take berkeley’s approach where all things physical and mental can be reduced to ideas, nor does he discount ideas as merely faint regurgitations of the physical world.

He does not take Berkeley’s approach where all things physical and mental can be reduced to ideas, nor does he discount ideas as merely faint regurgitations of the physical world.

Good

1 capitalization error

He only admits directly observable evidense and then traces that evidence through the development of related ideas and then to their logical conclusions.

He only admits directly observable evidence and then traces that evidence through the development of related ideas and then to their logical conclusions.

Good

1 Spelling error

From several of these he arrives at a theory that supports empiricism called dualism.

From several of these he arrives at a unifying theory that supports empiricism called dualism.

Good

1 Missing word

He does not take Berkeley’s approach where all thinks physical and mental can be reduced to ideas, nor does he discount ideas as merely faint regurgitations of the physical world.

He does not take Berkeley’s approach where all things physical and mental can be reduced to ideas, nor does he discount ideas as merely faint regurgitations of the physical world.

Good

1 Incorrect word

This breaks down the equation that experiences + reflecting equals thoughts and ideas.

This breaks down the equation that experiences plus reflecting equals thoughts and ideas.

Good

1 Guideline error

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All of these iii and rhetoric come down to defining ttt station in the world.

All of these iii and rhetoric come down to defining ttt station in the world.

Perfect

No changes made.

Man’s limitations place him in finite space with finite observable circumstances.

Man’s limitations place him in finite space with finite observable circumstances.

Perfect

No changes made.

He asserts that man can only consider the mysteries of things he has been made aware of.

He asserts that man can only uh, consider the mysteries of um, things he has been made aware of.

Perfect

Do not score based on disfluencies like um, uh, etc. or stutters

He cannot hold philosophical discourses about subjects of which he knows nothing.

cannot hold philosophical discourses about subjects

Perfect

Do not score based on the timing of the words or sentence

This strengthens Locke’s argument that when people reason about the unknown, they are really reflecting upon previous experiences and extrapolating those results to predict what would happen in a

This strengthens Locke’s argument that when people reason about the unknown, they are really reflecting upon previous experiences and extrapolating those results to predict what would happen in a slightly different situation.

Perfect

If the first or last word are not in the audio, but the word is in the audio for the neighboring sentence, this should NOT affect the score.

slightly different situation.



Professor Smiith

Professor Smiith

Perfect

If words are shown on-screen in the video, they should be transcribed exactly, even if they don't pass spell check

Here we is. In ancient times. Some ecosystems were more complex.

Here we is. In ancient times. Some ecosystems were more complex.

Perfect

Don't score based on grammar. The transcriber writes what the speaker says. Some speakers use poor grammar.

If in doubt, check spelling in a dictionary.

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