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Aristotle Book 1-2

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Philosophy
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CAS PH 150
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David Shim

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HOW TO WRITE A PHILOSOPHY PAPER 1.27.13  “How to Write a Philosophy Paper” ­exegetical vs. critical/evaluative ­exegetical (drive out meaning of text), reconstruct argument ­Follow quotes with “A means that” or “That is” ­Assume reader is lazy, stupid, mean—Completely, clearly explain (3  grade audience) ­Straw Man Fallacy: knock down a weak version of a strong original argument ­Persuade reader you’re right ­Conversational prose, continuous, you CAN write in first person ­Not flowery language, lay it there ­“In this paper I will argue_____” ­Reader should know exactly what you’re going to do and in what order” ­“Because,” “Given,” “Since” ­Double spaced, ha
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