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The paper contains a thorough explanation of the student’s core values and beliefs about teaching, how these values and beliefs will be enacted in the classroom, and includes specific examples.
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The paper includes a connection and explanation between the student’s teaching philosophy with 2 specific philosophies of education (Essentialism, Perennialism, Progressivism, and Social Reconstructionism).
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The Topic questions should be answered clearly and they should come from the book (Introducing Philosophy. Twelfth Edition. Robert C. Solomon, Kathleen M.
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Higgins, and Clancy Martin. ISBN: 9780190939632) and the power points. No outside sources.
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Format Instructions: All essays should use the following format:
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? Restate the philosopher’s argument in your own words.
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o The central problem or issue the philosopher seeks to address
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o Key concepts or ideas essential to the philosopher’s argument
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o Steps in the philosopher’s argument
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philosopher’s reasoning. So, the paper should add points you have crafted to illuminate
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the author’s intentions. Your responses should utilize concepts and/or arguments found in
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the assigned readings and lecture material. In other words, you can also offer your own
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thoughts in response to the question. However, just make certain your thoughts are
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relevant to the topic, concepts, and arguments at hand.
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Grading Criteria for Philosophy Essay Exams
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a. Correct Format. Does the paper properly identify and/or state the topic/questions to which the
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discussion is addressed?
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b. Is there a clearly stated thesis or main idea in the introduction for each discussion?
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c. I look for a focused body of discussion that supports your thesis or main idea. So, I’ve got to
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ask: does the paper provide adequate support in the form of concepts, ideas and/or arguments
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covered in the readings and lecture?
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d. A strong conclusion that ties the thesis to the discussion. Is your main point materially relevant
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to the body of your discussion?
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e. Is the essay complete? (Have you addressed the question asked adequately)? Has the essay
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omitted important philosophic ideas or steps in the philosopher’s argument? Has the essay
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provided sufficiently clear and detailed definitions of the key concepts?
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f. With regard to composition, essays are graded on grammar, sentence structure, and spelling.

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Summary :

The only resources should be in this book. Introducing Philosophy. Twelfth Edition. Robert C. Solomon, Kathleen M.
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Higgins, and Clancy Martin. ISBN: 9780190939632
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All essays should use the following format:
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? The font: 12 times new roman
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? Double spaced
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? One-inch margins left and right, top and bottom.
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? Citations should conform to the MLA or APA format.
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Guidelines/suggestions:
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? Summary :
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? Restate the philosopher’s argument in your own words.
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? Be careful to identify:
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o The central problem or issue the philosopher seeks to address
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o Key concepts or ideas essential to the philosopher’s argument
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o Steps in the philosopher’s argument
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? In addition to providing a summary, the paper should offer an explanation of the
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philosopher’s reasoning. So, the paper should add points you have crafted to illuminate
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the author’s intentions. Your responses should utilize concepts and/or arguments found in
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the assigned readings and lecture material. In other words, you can also offer your own
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thoughts in response to the question. However, just make certain your thoughts are
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relevant to the topic, concepts, and arguments at hand.
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? Make use of those ideas, concepts, or arguments that you find to be relevant to your
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discussion.

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One objection against this view that might be entertained is that poetic naturalism might legitimize too many ways of talking about the worlds.

Consider the view of poetic naturalism (as stated on pp. 19-20 of TBP). One objection against this view that might be entertained is that poetic naturalism might legitimize too many ways of talking about the worlds. The concern is that nothing stops the poetic naturalist from legitimizing talk of, say, Santa Claus, or the Tooth Fairy? Briefly state this objection, being careful to explain how it gets traction on the poetic naturalist view, and give a reason either to sustain it (and so reject poetic naturalism) or to rebuff it (and so to side with poetic naturalism).

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Using aquina’s five ways and anselm’s ontological argument.

Is a reflection paper approx 500 words. Using Aquina’s Five Ways and Anselm’s Ontological Argument. Please highlight your own ideas about why do you agree wi rather than Anselm and Aquinas, just use them as a reference.

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1) In Plato’s allegory of the cave, the prisoners mistake the shadows for realit

1) In Plato’s allegory of the cave, the prisoners mistake the shadows for reality. What is this meant to illustrate? Please be sure to be specific, and carefully explain your reasoning.
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2) What kind of approach to teaching and learning do you see emerging from the allegory of the cave? How does learning take place? What is the role of the teacher? Please be sure to be specific, and carefully explain your reasoning. No research needed.
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Needs to have at least 200 words each question. Here’s the book that needs to be read in order to answer those questio. https://www.gutenberg.org/files/1497/1497-h/1497-h.htm

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This assignment is based on your reading of primary sources. It is not a researc

This assignment is based on your reading of primary sources. It is not a research paper so do not try to find additional sources for help. I want you to read these passages and provide a discussion of key points. You should write more on Kant and Nietzsche’s aphorisms 1-5 than on the individual aphorisms 186, 187, 188 which should get at least a well developed paragraph each.
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Part One:
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Immanuel Kant Groundwork of the Metaphysic of Morals. Write a summary of Kant’s discussion on the “good will” based on your reading of paragraphs 1-3 of Kant’s work.
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Link where this material can be found—sections one and two. I have the pertinent sections in the attachment.
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https://cpb-us-w2.wpmucdn.com/blog.nus.edu.sg/dist/c/1868/files/2012/12/Kant-Groundwork-ng0pby.pdf
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The book is available in the library or on the link above. You will read the beginning of section 1 pp. 7-8 on this link. It comes after the introduction. Read the first 3 paragraphs on the good will for this assignment and discuss it. (You can read the entire book and count it for your reading log or you can count the pages you read. The same is true for the reading from Nietzsche below).
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Required Readings: Friedrich Nietzsche Beyond Good & Evil. Read aphorisms 1-5 and 186-188. The selection is attached below but the entire book can be found at the link given below.
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Question regarding aphorisms 1-5:
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What is his view of philosophers?
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Questions related to aphorisms 186-188.
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In 186, what is the problem with establishing a rational foundation for morality?
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What does he mean in 187?
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Sum up his views in 188. Take note of his beginning statement regarding every morality as a bit of tyranny against nature and reason.
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Links where this selection is it is found:
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http://www.marxists.org/reference/archive/nietzsche/1886/beyond-good-evil/index.htm
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references only from given docs

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What is Plato’s views on the state in his book—The Republic? Would his views cr

What is Plato’s views on the state in his book—The Republic? Would his views create an ideal state? Why or why not?

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In this paper you want to select an ethical or moral issue and discuss it in rel

In this paper you want to select an ethical or moral issue and discuss it in relation to your research. You need to consult at least six different sources. Be sure to cite your sources and page numbers. You must give credit to your source if you are quoting, paraphrasing, or condensing the author’s words. Safe assignment will catch plagiarism, and plagiarizing your paper could lead to a failing grade for the course.
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Your paper should have a thesis or claim, and the body of the paper should discuss the issue and support your claim. You may take sides on an issue or play the middle but you will be judged on critical thinking and analysis. I will pay attention to how you arrive at your conclusions. The paper should be 6 pages long (double spaced) with footnotes, endnotes, or parenthetical notes including page numbers. That is 6 pages not counting the title page or Bibliography. You also need a bibliography.
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That is topic:Social Justice Issues–Poverty, Exploitation of Poor etc

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Find an example of an argument that is made that contains one of the fallacies w

Find an example of an argument that is made that contains one of the fallacies we discussed. Show what the claim is, how the argument is flawed, and then offer a way to fix the argument to make it valid