expository paper

Choose an argument from one of the starred readings. State explicitly what the conclusion is and what premises are used to support that conclusion. You must also explain how the argument fits into the broader issues that we are discussing. For example, if the argument purports to be an objection to Prof Jones’ thesis, explain what Jones’ thesis is and why the argument, if successful, is an objection to it. Or if the argument purports to solve a philosophical problem, state what the problem is and why the argument, if successful, solves it
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