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I would be pleasantly surprised the next day to revisit the project and find that I had solved the problem using my subconscious. I have learnt to allow my mind to work for me.
The reason I find this interesting is that, during the process of rewriting the paper, I went over my word limit despite having trouble tackling the project the previous day. I found out that I did not have to overhaul the entire paper but only to revise it and build on earlier ideas. However, because there was only a short time, probably days, between the tasks and the deadline to hand them, I found that two thorough re-workings of the paper was the best I could do. Writing two drafts allowed me to expand on and improve my ideas from the first draft, as well as to rectify my mistakes and make a final copy that adheres to the project task’s word limit. While this approach is time consuming, using it on writing enhances my time management skills (Speck 22), while it also ensured that my work appeared well researched.
Working together in a team has always been an exciting prospect for me until it is time to write my part of the paper. I have always been anxious of writing the first sentence in a collaborative project, especially because it has to flow with the rest of the project. The most challenging part, therefore, has been writing the introduction for a project. I have had to learn how to write the “final” introduction after finishing the initial draft and reading through the others’ drafts. In this case, the real introduction had to be written after completion of the initial draft (Speck 56), which was a challenge for me. In addition, even the initial draft required some form of introduction, meaning that I could not escape that uncertain moment.
It took me more than five minutes to think about the introduction to the initial draft, especially because it would be the most durable part of the paper even after the rewriting. While my thinking when doing my part
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the human mind. This paper tackles the question on, what constitutes the identity of the mind? What distinguishes mental phenomena from non-mental ones? Or what distinguishes mental states such as beliefs and desires from physical objects such as tables and chairs?
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