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    Hi, on Friday I sent off my PS. I was on holiday that time and upon returning home I picked up a book I read and found out I messed up its title in the statement.

    I wrote 'Isaiah Berlin's Two Principles of Liberty, instead of 'Two Concepts of Liberty'. I confused it with John Rawls' Two Principles of Justice which I had in mind in the sentence thereafter.

    Now I dont know what to do :/ Should I email the tutors and tell them? Or should I leave it and hope they wont notice?
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    (Original post by maddietherock)
    Hi, on Friday I sent off my PS. I was on holiday that time and upon returning home I picked up a book I read and found out I messed up its title in the statement.

    I wrote 'Isaiah Berlin's Two Principles of Liberty, instead of 'Two Concepts of Liberty'. I confused it with John Rawls' Two Principles of Justice which I had in mind in the sentence thereafter.

    Now I dont know what to do :/ Should I email the tutors and tell them? Or should I leave it and hope they wont notice?
    There's nothing you can do. You're just going to have to leave it, highlighting it to the tutors won't go in your favour
 
 
 
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