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Phi 1: Introduction to Philosophy Fall 2010 Paper 1 Due: Friday, October 22, in class. Please give your paper to your TA at the end of class. Length: Approximately 5 pages. (Standard pages: double-spaced, 1-inch margins, font no smaller than 10-point.) Name and number: Do not forget to write both your name and student number at the top of your paper. Policies: Papers turned in late without prior approval (24 hours in advance) will be graded down 1/3 grade for each day late. Papers over one week late will not be accepted. Requests for extensions should go directly to your TA. Plagiarism: Using someone else’s words without documentation is always plagiarism, even if it is only a few sentences from a website. It is also plagiarism to take someone’s idea without documentation, but paraphrase their words. It is my policy to turn all cases of suspected plagiarism over to student judicial affairs without discussion. For more information on plagiarism, see http://sja.ucdavis.edu/avoid.htm. Assignment: What is the
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