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Task Read all instructions carefully. Your job is to take the knowledge you’ve gained so far and put it to use in a short, persuasive essay. Aside from the components of a good paper (see “Instructions” below), there are two requirements about what your essay should contain: You must present an argument for your position and you must use at least one argument by analogy. Of course, your ultimate goal is to persuade me, through reason. I will repeat: Your paper must contain at least one argument by analogy. For your topic you must choose some current legal or moral issue (for example, the death penalty). Aside from that restriction, the choice of topic is still up to you. And, as with the first paper, you must make sure that (a) you choose a topic that is open to debate, and (b) that you take a position on the issue (merely expressing your opinion, simply telling me what you do or don’t believe, is not sufficient). You are writing a persuasive essay. You should write in the first person and make your argument as clear and concise as possible. Please follow the structure below. Instructions Your paper must have: 1. An introductory paragraph that briefly explains what the paper will be about and ends with: 2. A thesis statement telling me exactly what you will be arguing for (i.e., your conclusion). 3. Body paragraphs, wherein you a. carefully explain each premise in your argument, with b. a separate paragraph for each premise, c. every paragraph starting with a topic sentence that tells me what the paragraph is going to be about; d. and you should have at least one paragraph where you consider an objection to your position. 4. A concluding paragraph that restates your conclusion, and summarizes your reasoning. Length: Approximately 4-5 pages, typed, double-spaced, 12 pt. font, normal margins, etc.
Task
Read all instructions carefully.
Your job is to take the knowledge you’ve gained so far and put it to use in a short, persuasive essay. Aside from the components of a good paper (see “Instructions” below), there are two requirements about what your essay should contain: You must present an argument for your position and you must use at least one argument by analogy. Of course, your ultimate goal is to persuade me, through reason.
I will repeat: Your paper must contain at least one argument by analogy.
For your topic you must choose some current legal or moral issue (for example, the death penalty). Aside from that restriction, the choice of topic is still up to you. You must, however, choose a different topic than the one you wrote about for the first paper (obviously). And, as with the first paper, you must make sure that (a) you choose a topic that is open to debate, and (b) that you take a position on the issue (merely expressing your opinion, simply telling me what you do or don’t believe, is not sufficient).
You are writing a persuasive essay. You should write in the first person and make your argument as clear and concise as possible. Please follow the structure below.
Instructions
Your paper must have:
1. An introductory paragraph that briefly explains what the paper will be about and ends with:
2. A thesis statement telling me exactly what you will be arguing for (i.e., your conclusion).
3. Body paragraphs, wherein you
a. carefully explain each premise in your argument, with
b. a separate paragraph for each premise,
c. every paragraph starting with a topic sentence that tells me what the paragraph is going to be about;
d. and you should have at least one paragraph where you consider an objection to your position.
4. A concluding paragraph that restates your conclusion, and summarizes your reasoning.
Please Note: You are required to pay attention to the advice given in the “Simple Writing Tips” document in the Course Documents section of Blackboard. You will lose points for poor writing (especially if it’s easily avoidable—like spelling mistakes!).

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