The essay must follow these guidelines:
a. Introduction: clear argement sentence(conclusion)
b. Premise 1: One good reason for their argument.
c.Premise 2: Same as P1
d. Moral support for the argument: This should be clearly stated moral theory.(Kant's, Rawls, Utilitarium, Aristotle, Confucian)
e. Opposing argument: A solid opposing argument argument should be considered
1. Read the essay by DW Haslett, "Is Inheritance Justified?" You MUST be clear on his argument in order to argue for or against.
2. Once you have considered his argument and all the reasons he gives for his position, decide whether or not you agree. Once you take a position, this is your argument.
3. Write your paper following the argument formula. You do not need a long introduction. You can just write:
In this paper I argue for/against DW Haslett's position in, Is Inheritance Justified?
Then follow the argument formula and make your argument.
You do NOT need (and you will lose points) ANY other sources. Only use his paper to help you make your argument.
4. MLA format
5. No Works Cited but if you use a SHORT quote or paraphrase Haslett, you MUST cite at the end of the sentence: (Haslett 22). (Name and page number).
6. Grading is based on:
A. Understanding Haslett's argument and making a logical argument for/against
B. Following the argument formula