Hello There are two tasks to be accomplished.
1 is edit the first term paper, (following the guidelines which can be found below)
2 is writing second term paper for me - following the guidelines (See PDF)
BOTH OF THE ARE THESIS PAPERS.
Instractions for editing -
1. THESIS: Every paper must have a central claim that you, the author, will be arguing for and around which
all other ideas are arranged. This central thesis provides control over what to include in the paper and what to
exclude, where to begin and where to end and what arrangement of thoughts is best.
2. CLARIFICATION OF THE ISSUE: Your paper may require some background explanation or
3. POSITION, COUNTER ARGUMENTS AND RESPONSES: Explain your position. You may want to
begin by presenting your strongest argument for your position. Make sure that your arguments are fully
developed and justified. (You may include examples or analogies.) : In response to your own arguments,
develop arguments showing strong objections. Again make sure these objection arguments are clear and fully
developed. Follow each counter argument with a response that shows why you are not accepting the objection
(why the objection, while persuasive in certain respects, is not successful). (Note: as you are developing your
counter arguments against your position and the responses to these counter arguments for your position you
are really offering arguments for your own position.)
4. CONCLUSION: Give a final paragraph explaining what you have shown in your paper and what a
reasonable person ought to conclude.
5. FOOTNOTES AND BIBLIOGRAPHY: All ideas and all quotations should be referenced within the
paper and the sources included in a bibliography. The particular format for doing so is a matter of personal
preference - as long as all information is included. For each paper topic there is relevant material in your
textbook or in the required readings of which you should make use. You may wish to consult other sources
but you are not required to do so. You should be careful not to use a large number of sources beyond course
materials as this tends to encourage a research paper rather than a philosophy paper.