Idealism - Introduction to Philosophy P h ilo s o p h y 1 1...

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Introduction to Philosophy Philosophy 110 – CRN 23966 – Sec 019 Spring Term 2011 – Purdue University Instructor: Daniel Kelly Teaching Assistants: Mr. Harrison Hibbert and Mr. Joshua White Paper Assignment #2 The assignment is to choose one of the following topics and write a 3 ½ - 5 page paper on that topic. If you have questions about the particular topics, or about the paper in general, please bring them up in class or office hours. Papers are due by the end of your section, Friday, April 1 st . Any papers not given, in person, to the instructor by that time will be considered late. Electronic submissions will be considered late. As stated in the syllabus, there is a 7-point per day late penalty on all papers – no excuses will be accepted. Be sure to write your name and the topic you have chosen on the first page of your paper. Your paper should be double spaced , and have reasonable margins on the top, bottom, and sides of each page. Be sure to staple the pages of your paper together. Reminder : Cite your sources, and make sure those sources do not include Wikipedia. Drawing on the posted lecture notes or outside source material is fine, just be sure to properly cite them. Materials and ideas borrowed or paraphrased from a source that is not cited are plagiarized. Plagiarism will result in an automatic F for the course, and the plagiarizer’s name will be given to the Purdue administration. If in doubt, use APA Style Citation Format ( ). Topics:
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