Is there anything wrong in offering unauthorized immigrants “a path to citizenship”?

M4 – Essay Discussion (D-04) ⁞ Instructions Choose either Topic A, Topic B, or Topic C. To answer these topics completely, it takes a minimum of 350 words. Use the topic questions and the scoring rubric to see if your draft responds fully to all parts of the question. A complete thoughtful answer is more… Continue reading Is there anything wrong in offering unauthorized immigrants “a path to citizenship”?

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What distinguishes epistemic justification from moral or prudential justification?

Compare and contrast Chisholm’s foundationalist account of justification with Goldman’s reliable process account of justification by answering the following questions (answer each question separately) (50 Marks): a. What distinguishes epistemic justification from moral or prudential justification? (5 marks) b. Clarify the final definition that each author provides of epistemic justification. (10 marks) c. How would… Continue reading What distinguishes epistemic justification from moral or prudential justification?

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What distinguishes epistemic justification from moral or prudential justification?

Compare and contrast Chisholm’s foundationalist account of justification with Goldman’s reliable process account of justification by answering the following questions (answer each question separately) (50 Marks): a. What distinguishes epistemic justification from moral or prudential justification? (5 marks) b. Clarify the final definition that each author provides of epistemic justification. (10 marks) c. How would… Continue reading What distinguishes epistemic justification from moral or prudential justification?

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explain the arguments in, or content of, another author’s work

5 page essay, approximately 1250 words, page numbered, double-spaced in a 12 pt font, with proper citations and a bibliography (using either the APA or MLA format). The question I chose for my essay is “is love ethically structured?”. The essay must follow the format below. It also must draw on at least one of… Continue reading explain the arguments in, or content of, another author’s work

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What did you think about what you watched?

After watching the movie, I’d like to hear your thoughts. Reflection paper on the film. What did you think about what you watched? This is for a philosophy class so please keep that in mind when writing the reflection Please and Thank You.

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Define and describe the theories you will use (skepticism, empiricism, dualism, constructivism, etc) to address the claims

~Use one or more theories from epistemology and/or metaphysics to discuss how you know you are not or are not a simulation, matrix, or hologram. -Pick one (simulation, matrix, or hologram) and briefly describe the theory indicating we are in one and name one or more supporters of the theory. -Define and describe the theories… Continue reading Define and describe the theories you will use (skepticism, empiricism, dualism, constructivism, etc) to address the claims

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Does your paper demonstrate a thorough knowledge of the text?

The following list presents several categories for students to follow while writing their papers. This list is not meant to be exhaustive, nor is it meant to be a ‘checklist’ of things to do when writing your own papers. Oftentimes, good philosophy papers will not contain every single one of these elements and if they… Continue reading Does your paper demonstrate a thorough knowledge of the text?

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Explains the material this week as if you were teaching the last week′s material.

For the final weekly assignment you get to design the unit 13 lecture. Begin by reading the two essays assigned for this unit. Consider their place in the broader context of the class. Create a power point presentation that first summarizes this week′s readings. Explains the material this week as if you were teaching the… Continue reading Explains the material this week as if you were teaching the last week′s material.

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