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Matthew Tuten presents Mnemotechnology, Transgression, and the Genealogy of the State in Nietzschean Philosophy



  1. What are you feeling about presenting your paper?
    1. I am 1/3 nervous 1/3 curious 1/3 excited.

      Tuten muses at undergrad conference


  2. What got you interested in the topic of paper
    1. I wrote the paper orginally in Whitmire’s class on Nietzsche. I just expanded upon it
  3. Where is, it taking place?
    1. I am presenting in the 21st annual Southern Appalachian Undergraduate Philosophy Conference at the University of North Carolina at Asheville on Febraury 8, 2020.


  1. Is there anything you want people to know about presenting a paper?
    1. Be ready for everything, especially when to asnwer difficult questions
  1. How did you feel while presenting your paper?
    1. I was nervous when walking up but after getting up there and speaking I got comfortable.
  1. How do you feel after presenting your paper?
    1. More accomplished and I feel I left a better philosopher. I liked answering questions because it also made me think about what I believed.
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