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Unformatted text preview: covered in class, and cite the work of relevant authors from our readings (E.g., if you are arguing for the view that it is never morally permissible to have an abortion because fetus's have a right to life, you need to explain in detail exactly what sort of a right a right to life is, and you should indicate why the fetus has a right to life, perhaps backing or distinguishing your position from one we've covered.) 3. Show the philosophical skills of argumentation that you developed in the more structured context in the last paper: carefully discuss problems for your position, and defend against them, always making sure to take up the more serious objections. 4. Implement a tailored version of the basic steps I outlined in the last paper....
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- Spring '07