Use common (i.e. non-source language) to communicate the argument.Your audience is your peers.
Provide the key motivation behind the argument (i.e. the “why” or the “because” – for example, so-and-so argues this-and-that DO TO or BECAUSE…).
Do not state all the supporting arguments in the thesis statement just the MAIN argument of the paper.
Underline your thesis statement in your paper.
Philosophic Argument #2: Polanyi From the Table of Contents: Read pages 7-24 and 102-150.
The Philosophic arguments will consist of two sections. The first section is a summary of the position. The second section further explains at least 2 ideas you agree with or disagree with and at least two “reasons” why/why not for each idea. A “Reason” is an explained principle (personal, moral, political, etc.). Reviews are to be typed 12 font Times New Roman and be at least (this is the minimum) 1000 words, BUT will be graded on QUALITY of the work (see rubric below). Papers are due in class within 10 minutes of class start by class clock. No emailed assignments will be accepted. A grading rubric is provided below. Each position argument is worth 40 points
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