I am doing a paper based on an article attached below. Here are the instructions , and please note that I need two versions of the paper because each part should be submitted on a different day in separate document. the other version of the paper is Composed introduction, transitions, and conclusion for final draft submission. The citations are only allowed from article attached. the first part “1. Motivate the issue” is due April 9 for the rest within 6 days.
- Your final paper are based on the article for which you signed up at the beginning of the semester.
- Each of these writing assignments is to be done weekly, so that your final paper will be written cumulatively in successive stages.
- Each Weekly Writing Assignment should be turned in online to the correct Blackboard portal for a completion grade (PDF ONLY).
- During finals week, compile all of these assignments and edit them together into a coherent final essay. Turn in the final paper to as a single document to Blackboard (PDF ONLY).
- Do not do outside research for this paper unless approved by instructor.
- Your final paper is to be written on your own, and not with your presentation partner.
1. Motivate the issue. [Deadline: Tu, April 9]
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State the ethical problem at hand, and explain why it matters.
2. Summarize your primary article
Do not go into great detail, just give the gist.
3. Give a detailed reconstruction of the author’s argument
Be sure to explain the inferences being made, and do not simply give a book report of the premises and conclusions. What is the author’s primary conclusion? Parse your reconstruction into the CREW structure (see lecture slides on Writing). State your interpretation of the author’s claims and explain in detail how the author defends their position.
4. Pose two objections to the argument
Put pressure on the author’s argument to test its strength. First state the strongest objection. Explain why this objection speaks against the author’s argument, and also explain why this is the strongest objection. Then state a second objection. Again, explain why this objection is evidence against the author’s position, and evaluate the strength of the objection.
5. Evaluate the issue: state and defend your position
In #3 and #4 you gave a detailed philosophical analysis. Now it’s time to evaluate the results. Does the author’s original argument stand firm against the objections? If so, state how the author’s theory can reply to the objections. Do the objections sway you to the other side? Then explain why the author’s theory cannot withstand the pressure of the objections you’ve stated. Perhaps the objections suggest a modified version of the author’s argument that can withstand the objection. In that case, explain what modifications you would make, and tell your reader in detail how these modifications make the argument immune to the original objection.
6. Compose an introduction, transitions, and conclusion.
Your introduction should include a clear statement of your thesis and a “roadmap” of your paper. Your transitions should make obvious the structure of your paper. This will be discussed in class.
Formatting and Miscellaneous Instructions:
Citations: (a) In-text citations are required and must include author name and page number in the following format: (Author, p.__). For example:
— Paraphrase: Sider argues that abortion is a type of murder (Sider, p.363).
— Direct quotation: “Abortion is a type of murder” (Sider, p.363).
N.b., All of your main interpretive claims must be cited with page numbers either in paraphrase or direct quotation.
(b) A works cited/references page is not required unless you cite a work other than your primary article. However, note that outside research is not allowed unless you consult with the instructor.
(c) Do not use block quotations. Paraphrase whenever possible and use direct quotation only where necessary.
PDF: All papers must be submitted in PDF format ONLY (e.g., no .doc(x) or .pages files accepted). Papers submitted in formats other than PDF will not be read and will be assigned a 0.
Formatting: Standard font style and size (e.g., Times New Roman 11 pt). Double-space.
Page Numbers: Include page numbers in the top right or bottom middle of every page.
Title; Title your paper in a creative, informative, and short title. Include the title on the top of the first page.
Title Page: No title page needed. Please write your full name on the top of the first page.