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Phil 12: Logic and Decision Making (Spring 2011) Paper #2 General instructions : Write a short paper on the question assigned for your section. The goal of this paper is to explain clearly the central concepts employed in the question you are to address. Assume that your audience is a fellow student not in this class. To explain the material to that person you cannot just use the concepts we have developed in class, but must explain them. Present your answers totally in your own words—do not quote material either from the website, the lecture slides, or anyone else. Length and formatting : 1-2 typed pages (no more than 2 pages), double-spaced, 1-inch margins all around, 12-point Times New Roman font. As a heading, list: Your Name Phil 12, Spring 2011, Section Number ____ Paper #1 Due: by 11am Tuesday May 31st Late Penalty: For each day your paper is late, your score will be reduced by one full letter grade (i.e., 10%). How to submit: 1. Save your paper as a text file in .docx, .doc, or .rtf format, using the following format for the file name:
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