What cultural paradigms are presented within the first 3 chapters?
What are the epistemological assumptions of these paradigms?
What is the significance of Ishmael being a gorilla?
What message do you think the author is trying to convey to the reader up until this point?
Please write this in essay format. Your response should be very thoughtful and specific. If you are unfamiliar with a word used in the prompt you can Google it and learn what it means. Your total response should be 2 full pages, double-spaced.