Choose a good philosophical issue
Choose a good philosophical issue (something that cannot be resolved by statistics, personal observation, science etc..)
There should be 3 premises for the issue — One paragraph per premise— All premises must all jointly support the conclusion
Premises should explain why you think the issue is true or could be plausibly true. If it is plausibly true, explain why you think it is.
– Introduce issue and position
-Premise 2 and 3
-Address and consider possible objection — what do you think people who oppose you will say about your argument?
-Must challenge at least one premises – Response to objection
-Concluding remarks (Summarizing the paper, no introductory to new issues)
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