Assignment 3

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Assignment 3

Post  Miranda H on Thu Nov 15, 2012 12:15 am

Ignorance is not always bliss depending on the ignorance itself. Young children get their bliss from their innocence which comes from, in my view, their ignorance towards the real world. However, as children, they don’t really get to decide what they want to be ignorant towards but their parents do and in this case, ignorance is, in fact, bliss. As people grow up and become independent, the idea that ignorance is bliss is incorrect now that they are the once choosing to be ignorant to the issues that are faced in the world. This can be seen in a group of friends. If someone is to be ignorant to their friends’ lives, this will not always cause happiness and may even cause the loss of friendship. Ignorance comes with more consequences when people are old and vice versa for children. Children should not be forced to grow up and adults should not be living the life of a young child in society.

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Post  Ben Hart on Thu Nov 15, 2012 12:26 am

Your post makes me think of Mrs. Robinson; if she can be quantified as an adult trying to return to a childlike state of carefree consequences, then the results of her actions actually brought about a whirlwind of chaos, confusion, and immorality in their wake.

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