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Phil 331 Final Exam: Fall 2018 Due: Dec 7, 2018 by 11:58:59pm (Bonus +5% if submitted by Nov 30 by 11:58:59pm) Instructions/Tips There are two case studies* for this exam. Respond in two separate argumentative essays. Be sure to include specific references to the relevant philosophers, theories, concepts etc. from the course to demonstrate your understanding of the material and to show what you have learned. If you use direct quotations (and you should avoid doing so), or paraphrases, indicate the page number and author’s name. Any style of reference is fine. Select your references carefully as you will be assessed, in part, on your ability to identify the course readings/theories/ideas that are relevant to these case studies and the questions they raise. You will also be assessed on your ability to make a persuasive moral argument and the general clarity and quality of your writing. No outside research or sources should be cited in your responses. Use only the course readings. Do not cite the modules. You should provide an ethical argument of your own, with justifications showing what you’ve learned in this course. Technical Details Papers should be typed, double-spaced, in 12-point font (Times New Roman, Arial), with “normal” margins. Length: ~1000-1200 words for each essay (Total word count = 2000-2400 words) Provide a word count at the end (e.g., “word count = 1158”). Only the essay (not the title, quotations, or references) counts for your word count. In a SINGLE document , label your essays “Case 1” and “Case 2” (as I have done in this exam). Save your document as a SINGLE Word File (.doc or .docx) using your first initial, last name, and "Exam": e.g., "JTrudeauExam.docx" DO NOT SUBMIT TWO SEPARATE DOCUMENTS Upload your finished exam to the “Final Exam” folder on Canvas before the deadline.
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