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Explain what big, general insights have come out of this--your conclusion. Perhaps you can recognize a very different way of approaching the question, which could have resulted in quite different insights than those you included in your essay.
Or you could also mention one or two unresolved questions that this essay has revealed.
You could also think of this as explaining some "limitations" or a weaknesses of your essay, but it's also about showing that the conversation isn't over yet.
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