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The paper will have seven parts. First, you will write an introductory paragraph. Tell your reader what this paper and the debate are about. Define or clearly describe key terms that will be used in your paper. Do not assume that your reader will understand what you mean, exactly, by terms such as ‘God,’ ‘open borders,’ ‘polyamory,’ ‘ethical egoism,’ ‘corporate social responsibility,’ ‘bluffing,’ ‘whistle-blowing,’ and ‘strong artificial intelligence,’ for example. Give the definitions used by the author of your selected article. If the author does not offer definitions of key terms, then search for definitions or descriptions in The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, a dictionary of philosophy, or The Oxford English Dictionary. Clarify what will, and what will not, be discussed in your paper. If you are focusing on the question of whether abortion is morally permissible when the pregnancy is due to consensual sex, the life and health of the mother is not threatened by the pregnancy, and the fetus has not yet reached a certain stage of development, for example, then tell your reader about this focus. Second, summarize the author’s view. What do they believe? You can help your reader understand the author’s view by briefly mentioning what they are not saying. If the author is arguing for the view that it is morally wrong for middle-class families to buy and eat factory-raised meat, for example, then remind your reader that the author is not arguing for the view that those who live in extreme poverty in third-world countries, or those who are stranded on a deserted island, etc., are morally required to be vegetarians. Third, summarize one of the arguments that the author gives to support their view. Write in your own words as often as possible; this section should not consist of mostly quotes. Remember that philosophers do not merely assert their views; they also give reasons for thinking that their views are true. Fourth, present one or two objections to that argument. Do not merely assert that the author’s view is false, do not merely share your own beliefs, and do not change the subject by presenting an argument for the opposite conclusion. You need to give reasons to think that the particular argument that the author gives is seriously flawed. Your goal is to explain why their argument does not successfully prove that their conclusion is true. Perhaps the argument depends on a hidden assumption that is false or unsupported by evidence (e.g., it relies on the assumption that it is always bad to be deceived), or perhaps one of the premises in the argument has absurd or implausible implications (such as the implication that we can permissibly kill and eat human infants, the implication that justice requires that we ought to abolish all public schools, or the implication that we do not have knowledge about subatomic entities and properties, etc.). Perhaps the argument, contrary to what the author thinks, begs the question by containing a premise that by itself assumes or entails that the conclusion is true (e.g., the premise that the sciences give us knowledge about the world assumes that our senses are reliable and trustworthy, and hence it assumes right from the start that external world skepticism is false). Fifth, discuss how the author or someone who supports the author’s argument might reply to your objections. I will help you with this part of your paper. Send an email describing the objections that you might want to present against the author’s argument to me, and if I think the objections are worthy of development and discussion, then I will predict how they might respond to your objections. You will describe these responses in your own words. Sixth, persuade your reader that these replies are unsatisfactory. You cannot conclude by changing your mind and then agreeing with the author. Seventh, discuss what topics and questions you would have to study if you wanted to learn more about the topic or debate discussed in your paper. This final section can be very short in length.
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