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Name the seven deadly sins.
1. Extravagent 2. Gluttony 3. Sloth 4. Confusion 5. Anger 6. Pride 7. Arrogant
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The Seven Deadly Sins of Analytical Writing
1. Extravagance- too many words 2. Gluttony- too much information 3. Sloth- making the reader do your job/ write clearly 4. Confusion- Lack of clarity or purpose 5. Anger- Vague or emotional language 6. Pride- style over function 7. Arrogance- Disregarding instructions
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Schimmel “Greed” The Seven Deadly Sins 1997
-Greed: Inordinate love of money and material possessions, and the dedication of oneself to their pursuit -Paradox of Greed: through its aim to increase our pleasure through the purchase of goods/services it often comes at the expense of pleasure and happiness. Money & Possessions do not satisfy. -Capitalists often equate to happiness to wealth and freedom from restraint -Greed in America is disguised as “financial success, economic security, the good life, having it all” -Seen as good until it results in criminal behavior, extreme disruption of personal or family life (physical/emotional/relational, psychological health….) ** Man who would not take a vacation… got divorced ** Man who was not satisfied with wealth and hedonistic pursuits…. moved to vermont farm
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