R‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍ESEARCH PAPER: Components 1) Abstract – 375 words minimum 2

R‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍ESEARCH PAPER: Components 1) Abstract – 375 words minimum 2) Introduction – 300 words minimum 3) Body (Arguments / Substance 1300 words minimum) 4) Conclusion – 250 words minimum 5) Bibliography 6) Literature Review – 525 Words minimum Total 2750 Words minimum ? TITLE ? ABSTRACT ? 1 . Topic(s) from this course that you will address directly ? 2. Why it’s important, philosophically and materially ? 4. Who the main authors/positions you will discuss/address will be ? 5. WHAT YOU WILL ARGUE ? 6. End with THESIS statement ? Should be 400 words minimum ? Introduction ? Body ? Provide direct quotes from each source in the body (4 sources I provided as attachments and 4 of your own scholarly) ? Defend your sustained argument for your thesis against actual and possible objections ? This is where you argue for your point and defend YOUR thesis against actual and possible objections/ ? Conclusion ? BIBLIOGRAPHY – Use 4 sources I have uploaded and then find 4 of your own scholarly research (philosophical sources) – So total 8 sources – Cite using Chicago Manual of Style (CMS) ? LITERATURE REVIEW (What is it) A literature review is the part of your paper that summarizes the main points and discusses and evaluates the arguments of the literature on your chosen topic. Please UPDATE your literature review to include each author’s argument for the main point that you will be focusing on, and the reasons for that point; b) direct quotes and citations from each source that support your analysis and argument; c) any objections to the point or reason and d) replies to those objections (please be sure to outline all the objections and replies raised in‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍ class and in discussions) – Tells your reader the state of scholarship about a given topic. What are the ‘received views’? – Organizes the major points, parts, or arguments of each source you will use so that it is ready to use in your paper/project. – Will eventually become one part of the body of your paper. Format of Literature Review – Introduction: Explain why this research topic is important. Outline what direction your review will take: ., what aspects of the topic you’re focusing on. – Body: Present your summaries of the sources in a clear, logical, and coherent manner. . Present in order of importance, two sides of a controversial problem, differences in perspective or viewpoint. – Note: Describe only the main theories or claims that are directly relevant to YOUR topic. – Ensure your final list of references includes all sources you’ve discussed, and use the citation style required in philosophy (Chicago Manual of Style preferred). What to include for each source: 1. Summarize main point of each of the sources you have selected. 2. Provide a direct quote from each of the sources. 3. Provide the reason or argument for the main point. 4. Do the reasons support the main point? Why or Why Not? 5. Outline all objections or replies Teachers sources: / ** we need 4 mor‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍e scholarly sources**

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