Andrew primarily has experience writing academic essays. His paper, The Paradox of the Will to Power: Desiring from Over-Fullness, won the 2014 Philosophy Paper contest at The University of Scranton and is published in Discourse, the university's undergraduate journal in philosophy. He is well versed in philosophy, English, theology, politics, international relations, government, and history. He also has experience composing speeches for retreats, as well as brief practice in writing news stories and press releases.
Andrew specializes in academic writing, specifically in Philosophy, International Relations, and the Spanish culture.
Andrew's greatest strength is his ability to write, clear, concise, and effective prose that he can adapt to any medium. He excels at getting to the point and not burgeoning his audience with unnecessary details. However, he also has a flair for creativity, and can embellish and elaborate eloquently if the project so calls. He excels at writing both objectively and reflectively, and enjoys taking on projects of either nature. Andrew enjoys writing both creatively and philosophically in his free time, and particularly likes working on projects that focus on humanitarian goals.
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