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Can you help me understand this Philosophy question?Discussion 1 Philosophy Begins in Wonder: Have you ever wondered about your own assumptions .1. [page 67, Q 4] If some of your beliefs turned out to be false, would you care? Why or why not?2. In “Speaking in Parables”, Sallie McFague discusses a parable by Franz Kafka. In the second to last paragraph she says, “Metaphorical language…does not take us out of reality but drives us more deeply into it, deforming our usual apprehensions in such a way that we see…not a new reality but the same reality in new perspective.” (p. 574) For this entry, I would like you to play around with the metaphor of “being in over your head”. Typically, the metaphor conjures up someone who is drowning. However, I’d like you to give it a closer look. As you think about the implications of the metaphor some more, what kinds of questions does it raise for you? Is being in over your head necessarily a bad thing? Are there times it would be preferable to be in “over your head”? Does it make you look at your resources or skills differently? Playfully explore the depths of this metaphor. Share some of your insights? Then constructively respond to your peers.
Requirements: half paper or 1 paragraph