From  Chapter 2: An Anthropological Solution (O. Carter Snead pp.53-82): For this question, please briefly compare and contrast the central aspects of  Expressive Individualism [i.e., what Snead takes to be the anthropological paradigm underlying current American bioethics jurisprudence] with the  Anthropology of Embodiment [i.e., the proposed alternative anthropological paradigm that Snead thinks ought to undergird American bioethics jurisprudence]. 

From  Chapter 1: Reimagining the Self (Carl R. Trueman): For this question, please offer some personal reflections (i.e., a few short paragraphs) on which argument(s) or point(s) stood out to you the most or that you found most intriguing.