External research is acceptable but not required. The best papers have a thesis that is abundantly clear, a progression of th

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Students will write a short reflection paper of at least 1350 words each (12pt, double space, 1” margin, conformed to Turabian (https://www.chicagomanualofstyle.org/turabian/citation-guide.html) or to the style guide native to the student’s major field of study) reflecting on one of the texts we have discussed in the class. Students should avoid generic paper topics (i.e. “Plato’s Politics”) and strive to write a paper that explores the issue with significant narrowness, creativity and depth (i.e. “Responsibility and Plato’s Use of the Myth of Gyges”). Rather than attempt to reflect on an entire reading, students should pick one narrow theme within the text. These papers should take an exegetical approach – seeking ideas that emerge from the text, rather than plucking out ideas that seem to fit expectations and assumptions – to the readings, utilizing quotations and explanation to demonstrate both an engagement of the text and a thoughtful opinion on the thesis. External research is acceptable but not required. The best papers have a thesis that is abundantly clear, a progression of thought that is obvious and forecasted in the introduction, and a strong conclusion that gathers together the observations and arguments of the paper. Significant grading deductions will be incurred for spelling/grammar errors, improper documentation, etc.

Thesis:

My thesis: Thesis: I am going to argue that virtue can be taught based on Socrates and Meno discussion. I have keep thinking about this idea while thinking about our fist paper. Yet, I am still afraid it might be too narrow. 

I am going to attach a reading the easy must be written based on the reading: read from P.G 58-71

Assignment Reflection:

Once your paper is complete and ready to submit, answer the following 3 questions and include your answers at the end of your paper:

  1. Overall, how do you feel about your reflection paper?
  2. What study habits and writing strategies helped you to be successful?
  3. What barriers or difficulties did you run into while writing this paper?

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