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The Friedrich Naumann Foundation (FNF) is a non-profit organisation that promotes liberal democracy, peace, respect for human rights, rule of law, and social and economic freedom. It seeks to uphold and explore the ideas of Friedrich Naumann, the nineteenth and early twentieth century German Protestant thinker who espoused liberalism and remedies for social ills in non-Marxist, bourgeois arguments for progressive reform. The site provides a history of the foundation established in Naumann's ho
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3.2.1 How might you use it?

Chat has its limitations for serious discussion, but you may find it helpful to keep in touch with other students. You might ‘meet’ with other students in your group by arranging a time once a week when you can all be online. It can really help to know that there are others out there with problems similar to your own.


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The Entitled Opinions (About Life and Literature) website offers a series of podcasts based on a weekly talk show hosted by Professor Robert Harrison of Stanford University. The discussions cover a wide range of topics in literature (especially, though not limited to, the works of English and Italian authors), philosophy, and contemporary music, with occasional forays into other disciplines. The show generally takes the form of an hour-long one-to-one conversation between Harrison and a guest wi
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This website provides detailed information about Chartres Cathedral, one of the most notable examples of French Gothic architecture. The website is run by a charitable organisation, Chartres, sanctuaire de Monde, which aims to raise money to support the Cathedral. Sections of the site are devoted to the construction of the cathedral, the major programme of rebuilding undertaken in the 12th century and subsequent alterations to the fabric. Other areas of interest include sections on the iconograp
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References

Boswell, J. (1971) Boswell in Extremes: The Private Papers of James Boswell, 1776–1778, ed. C. McC. Weis and F.A. Pottle, London, Heinemann.
Boswell, J. (1986) The Life of Samuel Johnson, ed. C. Hibbert, Harmondsworth, Penguin (first published 1791).
Butlin, M. (1983) William Blake, London, Tate Gallery.
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1.3.1 Social interactions

The sociologist Erving Goffman studied how people relate to each other across a wide range of situations. According to him, each of us enters into ‘social interactions’ with an interest in trying to control what goes on. A social interaction is any kind of situation in which people communicate with each other or do things together. After all, much of what we do in life, we do through dealings with other people. We negotiate the routine business of daily life through interactions wi
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