Guidelines_for_Discussions_in_the_Discussion

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Guidelines for Philosophical Discussion in the Discussion Earlier guidelines provided specific tips for promoting deep and respectful philosophical discussions of the moral issues we will study in this class. As you continue to practice these skills while completing unit assignments, you should find that it becomes easier to engage philosophically with our fictional cases and other learning activities. If you are concerned about your progress in the course or have any questions, please contact your instructor. Develop Your Analytical Skills through Conversations in the Discussion It is important that you model excellent philosophical analysis skills in your interactions in the class Discussion. You should also strive for interactivity by engaging in genuine dialogue with others and by not simply presenting your own views in isolation. As a general rule of thumb, at least half of your posts should invite or engage in dialogue with other students, and at least two-thirds of them should bring in specific
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This note was uploaded on 02/24/2011 for the course HU245 01 taught by Professor Wallace during the Winter '10 term at Kaplan University.

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