Main Instructions: Create a dialogue which examines competing views
– Begin by listing the two characters and describing their basic positions in one or two sentences. For example: Start the dialogue, giving both characters an opportunity to express the core reasons for their position, and then allow them to challenge each other.
• Mr. K: An absolutist realist, who argues that lying is wrong in every situation without exception.
• Mr. S: A subjectivist relativist, who argues that there are no moral truths.
– The goal is not to settle the issue but to frame a difficult problem, showing a reader how to understand competing perspectives.
– 12-point font, double space.
– No quotation and sources needed. (see format example)
– Nietzsche vs. Kierkegaard: How do we create meaning?
– Nietzsche vs. Buddha: Should we make a splash or still the waters?
– Sartre vs. God: Is there an essence of humanity? Is there meaning and purpose, or is it all absurd?
– Sartre vs. Strawson: Does free will exist? Or better: Can I freely do X?
– Is American culture today more of a slave morality or master morality?
– Marx vs. Rand: Libertarianism or Communism?
– What is the essence of X? Does X have an essence?
– Do we have a moral obligation to wear a mask in public during the pandemic?
– True or False: Philosophy is a waste of time?
• The best submissions will demonstrate a good understanding of ideas and philosophers.
• The best submissions will focus on a relatively small number of points and develop them as much as possible.
• To keep focused, choose a specific question you want the characters to address and make it as simple and clear as possible. For instance, don’t have the characters ask broadly are there moral truths, but let them worry specifically about lying or killing. Or again, it’s probably better to ask if a specific activity is a game, rather than the broader question, do games have essences.
• Imagine your reader as a capable fellow student who knows little about these issues. You want to give them a bit of insight into the controversy; you want them to feel like they’ve gained understanding from what you’ve written.
• Make a simple outline before you begin, mapping the key points you want to make and how they fit together.
• As always, I want you to have a bit of fun with this. Be creative, make a joke, enjoy the ideas.
Grading: The assignment will be graded on these four criteria.
• 40 pts Content: Are you contrasting 2 clearly distinguished positions? Are you being “fair” to both sides? Is your paper focused on one or two key points or does it ramble about? ARE YOUR IDEAS CLEAR?
• 20 pts Style and Grammar: Is the writing NATURAL, grammatically correct, and typo free? Simplicity and efficiency are the goals to keep in mind. Go back and edit to insure that there are no excess words.
• 20 pts Creativity/Fun: Are you enjoying it? Is there an element of creativity? It doesn’t have to have jokes, but it should show that you put some effort into making it interesting.
• 20 pts Rules: Are you following all the rules (on time, right length, correctly formatted, good title, etc.)?
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