thesis statement and a lead-in for your reader

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We’ve arrived! Your first paper! It should be 2-3 double-spaced pages (12 Font), following this basic structure:

1. INTRODUCTION: this includes a thesis statement and a lead-in for your reader, briefly explaining what you are going to do in the paper; include a mention of the We’ve arrived! Your first paper! It should be 2-3 double-spaced pages (12 Font), following this basic structure:

1. INTRODUCTION: this includes a thesis statement and a lead-in for your reader, briefly explaining what you are going to do in the paper; include a mention of the relevant authors/philosophers (full name) and their relevant works

2. EXPLANATION/BACKGROUND: this includes a clear exposition and explanation of the important arguments/views/ideas that the paper is addressing; this sets the stage for your argument for your thesis

3. ARGUMENT: this is the analytic/philosophic heart of the paper, in which you make your case for your thesis

4. SUMMARY: here you briefly review what you have done in the paper, to wrap it up for your reader

Keep in mind that you are writing for a reader! By the time you get to the composition of your final draft, it all may seem to you like it’s getting old. But remember that it’s new to your reader. Make sure the paper is self-contained so that your reader can follow it without having to go to sources to figure it out. Write for an intelligent person who has not taken a philosophy course. (Pick a favorite friend, for example.)

TOPICS: Please choose one of the general topics below :

1. Select one of Aquinas's arguments for the existence of God. Carefully explain it and give your own analysis (in your own words). Evaluate the strength of the argument.

2. Explain Descartes' method of doubt as it is applied in Med. 1. Explore what life lessons there are in this way of examining what one knows.

3. Neil DeGrasse Tyson has an intriguing response to the argument from design (for the existence of God). Select some aspect of his presentation to carefully explain and analyze. (Video presented in the Announcements.)

4. Does Tyson present a convincing case against the argument from design? Explain his view and support your answer.

Organize your papers around the given structure. Tell your reader what you will be doing in the paper and introduce the major players, in a short introduction. Take your time! This is not a research paper ~~~ no outside sources, please! Use the bright light of your own intelligence and imagination, our e-Resources and our class Discussions as your primary sources.

These papers should demonstrate the standards for solid analytical college papers, which include good grammar, clear organization utilizing paragraphs, a clearly stated thesis and an argument for that thesis. Formal footnotes aren't necessary. You may give initials of any text and page number, or e-Resource title, in parentheses *after* the sentence. (full name) and their relevant works

2. EXPLANATION/BACKGROUND: this includes a clear exposition and explanation of the important arguments/views/ideas that the paper is addressing; this sets the stage for your argument for your thesis

3. ARGUMENT: this is the analytic/philosophic heart of the paper, in which you make your case for your thesis

4. SUMMARY: here you briefly review what you have done in the paper, to wrap it up for your reader

Keep in mind that you are writing for a reader! By the time you get to the composition of your final draft, it all may seem to you like it’s getting old. But remember that it’s new to your reader. Make sure the paper is self-contained so that your reader can follow it without having to go to sources to figure it out. Write for an intelligent person who has not taken a philosophy course. (Pick a favorite friend, for example.)

TOPICS: Please choose one of the general topics below :

1. Select one of Aquinas's arguments for the existence of God. Carefully explain it and give your own analysis (in your own words). Evaluate the strength of the argument.

2. Explain Descartes' method of doubt as it is applied in Med. 1. Explore what life lessons there are in this way of examining what one knows.

3. Neil DeGrasse Tyson has an intriguing response to the argument from design (for the existence of God). Select some aspect of his presentation to carefully explain and analyze. (Video presented in the Announcements.)

4. Does Tyson present a convincing case against the argument from design? Explain his view and support your answer.

Organize your papers around the given structure. Tell your reader what you will be doing in the paper and introduce the major players, in a short introduction. Take your time! This is not a research paper ~~~ no outside sources, please! Use the bright light of your own intelligence and imagination, our e-Resources and our class Discussions as your primary sources.

These papers should demonstrate the standards for solid analytical college papers, which include good grammar, clear organization utilizing paragraphs, a clearly stated thesis and an argument for that thesis. Formal footnotes aren't necessary. You may give initials of any text and page number, or e-Resource title, in parentheses *after* the sentence.

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