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PHI 2600 Fall 2008 Writing Assignment 1 Read Stanley Benn’s essay on wickedness (pages 108-127), then examine Benn’s concept of malignity (pages 120-127). Some philosophers argue that it is not possible to choose evil as one’s goal. What does Benn think about this thesis and how does he treat it? Do you agree or disagree with him?
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Unformatted text preview: Write an essay (minimum 500 words) in which you explain and justify your answer to these questions. Use the MLA format, maintain a 1” border around your paper, and double space your lines. Be sure to put the word count in the heading of your essay. Essays are due on Thursday, September 18, 2008....
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