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>>15332056
Start with the Greeks.

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butt

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very easy, anon
Instead of taking notes, write down questions that the text offers the answer of. eg write down "for which three reasons does Aristotle refute the Ideas?" instead of "A refutes bc of 1, 2 ,3"

Then revisit the questions. You'll find you forgot everything. Look up the answer in your books. Now you *want to know*, and the answer will stick. The one practical life-hack thing my mom thought me.

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Diomedes did nothing wrong. He's actually the giga-chad of the entire epic.



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