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Unformatted text preview: Views are asserted but there is virtually no attempt to defend those views. It reflects a lack of understanding of the material. Paper Outline : In order to make sure your paper includes the proper material, here is a check-list of points. Make sure your paper includes the following. 1. Clear Explanation of the position/argument to be discussed in the paper. 2. Precise statement of the view you defend in the paper. 3. One (or more) arguments for your view. (Be sure you have not just stated an opinion, but given the best reasons in support of it you can. The reader should be able to tell not just what you believe, but also the reasons you have for thinking that your view is true.) 4. State what you think would be the strongest objection to your view. (In what way do you think that people might disagree with your opinion and your evidence for your opinion.) 5. What is your answer to the objection? Explain why the objection to your view mistaken?...
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2011 for the course PHIL 1010 taught by Professor Outlaw during the Summer '08 term at Georgia State.
- Summer '08