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    found along the eastern side of the Nottawasaga Bay Shoreline. It falls within the town boundary of the Town of Collingwood, which was formally a part of the Town of Blue Mountains. Because the area is a part of the greater Silver Creek Watershed, the marshy land is classified as a Schedule B Category 1 land under Environmental Protection as per the Official Plan of the Town of Collingwood. Blue Mountain Trust Watershed Practice monitors the watershed and the significant wetland is protected and maintained

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    Zong History

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    that she did, but these gaps seem to represent the gap in the history of Zong and its slave cargo. There are many unknown factors which cannot be found within the pages of the Gregson vs Gilbert documents, or found through archaic evidence. It is uncertain, for instance, where exactly the ship was located when the slaves were thrown overboard, and the names of the slaves whose lives were lost during the incident. Philip clarifies this in her interview with Patricia Saunders when she states, “There

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    Visual Argument Analysis

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    the picture is strong enough to the point that texts is no longer needed. The ad does not put us in the situation but it shows us how verbal abuse can be extremely hurtful. Collingwood argues that other sentient beings are able to engage with art and get a sense of the ‘total imaginative experience’ that prompted it. Collingwood mentions that “There is a particular process of recognition that happens which, if the art has succeeded in communicating on more than a purely idiosyncratic level, leads to

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    What 's A Name?

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    What’s in a name? As you stroll around the streets of Nelson, do we ever look up at the blue signs, wondering the stories behind these names that roll off your tongue so everyday? Do you stop to picture Nelson, 170 years ago, imagining the people that walk the same path to work as you everyday, down Trafalgar Street? These steps that the first settlers of Nelson made, have shaped our city, creating the perfect base for following generations to make change upon. As generations have occupied Nelson

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    Collingwood begins his discussion by exploring what a work of art is and how it comes into being. He states that others have come to the conclusion that art is not produced by accident, but that it is produced by some controlling force that resides in the unconscious of the artist (Collingwood). Collingwood summarizes some of the theories that exist on how art comes into being but concludes that theorizing is not best approach to answering the questions about art (Collingwood). He believes that theorists

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    Collingwood starts his essay by answering the question of what is a work of art. According to Collingwood, art is a habitual process. To further explain the habitual process, Collingwood compares art’s habitual creation to the human’s habitual process of speech. While discussing art, he mentions that there are two theories that impose his own; however, he doesn’t believe to argue on them because it’s theorization and requires a person actually to solve it before arguing against it. However, Collingwood

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    Collingwood starts off by looking into what a work of art is if it isn’t fabrication. He proclaims that we can’t answer this question by looking at the characteristics of the activity or the artist. Two theories built on the foundation of the idea that something must be in control are the following: control by a divine or spiritual being or work controlled by involuntary and subconscious parts of the mind. Collingwood asserts that it would be a waste of time to criticize and question these theories;

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    Collingwood Précis R. G. Collingwood begins “The Principles of Art” by determining to define what is a work of art. He suggests it is made, but not by turning a medium into some thing, and not by use of planning. Here Collingwood considers that it should be determined what sort of “making” it is when art is made. It is not construction, like a bridge, nor is it accidental. In the past, it was thought that neither the skill of the artist nor his conscious mind had anything to do with art, for it

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    have different objectives and ideologies to this monumental figure in history. Arthur has supporters but also has critics in the issue of his existence. R.G. Collingwood, Geoffrey Ashe, and Leslie Alcock are all advocates of Arthur, but they have different arguments, methodologies and writing styles for the “historical” Arthur. Collingwood

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    Paul Daley

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    The opinion piece ‘AFL must not flinch after anti-Muslim banner unfurled in the name of Collingwood’, published by The Guardian on 16th May 2017 targets towards the severe uproar of racism that is affecting AFL players and clubs negatively. Paul Daley, the author, clearly implies that the extreme racism shown towards Muslims is not supported by the majority of Collingwood fans and players. In addition to that, the author has implied that this kind of ‘vile’ behaviour should not be tolerated under

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