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an example of the order that serves its purpose of filtering within York University. What would it be if York did not have these rules and would accept individuals on a first come first served basis just like in McDonalds does. This still would be an example of an order but designed for different purpose. What would York look like and what would McDonalds look like if they switched their rules of admittance. Would it create a chaos at York and perfect order in McDonalds? It shows that set of rules must be applied then and only then when it serves its purpose other wise it creates chaos. We all understand that when we have a set of rules everything is so much easier. What makes us creating order when disorder is so much easier? Who would not agree with me if I said that is so much

easier to use one garbage can and throw everything in there in stead of having number of different containers for disposal separation? What is it that makes us obeying rules, is it severe punishment for not obeying, is it conciseness that makes us behave in a certain way that we think serves its best for needs of community and environment, or is it just because we are expected to separate garbage and we usually do what we are asked to do? We obviously do not enforce rules of garbage separation, and not always concerned with the needs of community or environment on larger scale so it would not be logical to assume that we would be concerned with garbage separation, or is it because we do what we are expected to do. I believe that last hypostasis describes our behavior in the best

way. We tend to do what are being told sometimes even with out understanding why we are being told so. For example we were all told that we have to read books, by the time we were told so first time we probably had no idea what it was for, or we were told what courses we have to take in order to graduate from a certain school. Who is the part of an order? As I defined before order is a set of relevant rules what must be obeyed. But question is; who are these individuals that must obey this set of rules. By looking at the York University we can segregate people in different groups guided by degree of their involvement to York’s life. For example students from other schools would not have to obey rues of York University unless they are interacting or planning on interacting with

York. They might be students who just visit York’s library to study for their own classes or these who are current students. Another example would be that in order to get into faculty of science at York prospective students have to take Calculus and English OAC level in order to meet academic requirements. They are not really at York yet and their admittance is uncertain but they already have started obeying rules. Another group of people that is at York is obviously professors. They are one the most important group of people, they teach students. How many times we hear students saying that this professor is good, he knows what he is doing and makes classes interesting, or simply he is following the book and therefore it make so much easier to study for exam, or we hear this

professor is horrible, he is confusing, whatever he says does not make any sense. We discourage ourselves from attending classes and try studying from the book or witch to a different section. The third group of people I would define as support. They help students interact with professors on a certain level. My opinion is that in order to create a perfect order at York University administration has to introduce a set of prescience rules that will be defining all possible interactions between and/or among all groups without any ambiguity leaving room freedom or for creativity. Look at the first law of Newton, it shows that there is no room for ambiguity in the nature. “For any action there is an opposite reaction.” We can say that this is very obvious statement and it can not

really help us understand society and its behavior. I was born in Ukraine and came to Canada at the age of nineteen. I went to school and University at Ukraine. The system that was adopted for educational purposes is very different. For example it York University there is a choice between program you can graduate from, you can go to Administrative studies and graduate with bachelor in administrative studies or go to computer science or something else. In order to graduate from BAS all students have to take certain coerces. For example we have to choose among 20 offered courses in social science and choose one. It seems to be logical to have system designed in the way that would allow students to choose courses they are mainly interested in since it is just a general education