Philosophy

Kierkegaard

Read pages 4-39. Response to Writing Prompts: 1. What did you learn about Kierkegaard that you found interesting? 2. You can choose one of these, so choose whichever you’re comfortable responding to. Number one is, what do you think of this understanding of the stages of life? Or the second possibility Have you ever had …

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Quality of the source/author credibility (ethos); the way that author uses emotional appeal and whether that is acceptable (pathos); the position that author rejects, author’s main thesis and reasons (premises) to support the thesis (logos).

500-700 words a rhetorical analysis of op-ed style essay identify author’s rhetorical appeals/choices examine the rhetorical context, including racial, social, gender, and power dynamics identify audience and purpose analyze author’s argument read chapter 1 of race a philosophical introduction by paul c taylor Divide the piece into sections, such as the topic of the paper; …

Quality of the source/author credibility (ethos);
the way that author uses emotional appeal and whether that is acceptable (pathos);
the position that author rejects, author’s main thesis and reasons (premises) to support the thesis (logos).
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Or is the state justified in protecting the autonomy of its (future) citizens by requiring that they be educated in such a way that they are genuinely (not just formally) free to leave that community if they wish?

We have to read this book called Political Philosophy: Fourth Edition by Adam Smith. We have to write an argumentative essay about the topic above (ill add the page 129 to the instructions). So since the book cost money and I don’t think you’ll be able to get a free copy of it online I …

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Rather, the organizing principle is aristotle’s definition itself, which you are to explain.

There is a choice of one of the 4 topics given 1. Explicate Aristotle’s definition of virtue. No matter the direction in which you decide to take your essay, it should include some discussion of the following points: (a) how we have arrived at virtue as a topic and why is a definition necessary; (b) …

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However, today michael has brought some news to you and janet.

You and your friends Janet and Michael have just been offered a big summer internship working for a large multinational company based in New York City. Congrats! However, your internships are an international assignment, having you work at one of their large offices in the Middle East. While working in a foreign country is intimidating, …

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