It was you who taught my heart to dance among the stars, No matter where you are, No m The initial paper must be a minimum of 1000 words; any less than that and> you ” ll receive no credit. (But you may write more if you wish. ) It must> be written with correct grammar and spelling. Your grammar and spelling> need not be perfect, but it needs to be clear that you made the effort to> be as correct as possible — otherwise, you won’t receive full credit for> your work. No footnotes, references, or bibliography are needed.
I would> prefer double-spaced. The paper is due by 11: 55 pm, Sunday, March 24. You> may email it to me or leave it in my mailbox in LRC-202. No late papers> will be accepted. The paper must be written in your own words — should I> suspect plagiarism or if your paper is substantially identical to another> student’s paper, you ” ll receive no credit. The initial version of your> paper will be worth a maximum of 10 points.
Follow all instructions> exactly as I’ve written them. > > The paper will have four sections that you will clearly identify by number> (1, 2, 3, 4). > > 1. In the first section you will characterize one of the six major> philosophers in the book (Plato, Descartes, Hume, Hegel, Marx, or Sartre) > by explaining the most important features of his thought.
As much as> possible, explain his metaphysics, epistemology, or his ethics, political> philosophy, logic, etc. For some philosophers certain topics will be> easier than others: focus on what seems to be the most important areas> for that thinker. a tter how far.