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Introduction of a Philosophy Paper

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Department
Philosophy
Course
PHIL 100W
Professor
Dai Heide
Semester
Winter

Description
Introduction of a Philosophy Paper May be only the papers first paragraph sometimes just a sentence or two but occasionally stretches to several paragraphs Length depends on how much ground you must cover to introduce the argument should be no longer than necessary Should set forth the thesis statement which usually appears in the first paragraph it is the claim that you hope to support or prove in your essay the conclusion of the argument that you intend to present Pose the thesis statement as the answer to a question that you raise or as the solution to a problem that you wish to discuss Your thesis statement is the assertion you must support with reasons it serves as a compass to your readers guiding them from paragraph to paragraph premise to premise in order to show them a clear path from introduction to conclusion Thesis statement helps you stay on course by reminding you to relate every sentence and p
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