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Phil 104 - Introduction to Philosophy
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INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY Philosophy 104 Professor Stephen Stich FIRST PAPER Instructions Your paper should be on one of the following topics and should be between 1000 1500 words in length Further details about what is expected in your paper will be provided in the discussion sections If you have questions about what is expected you should bring them up during the discussion sections or in office hours The paper is due on Wednesday October 27 Details on how to submit papers and penalties for late papers will be announced on the course website On the first page of your paper be sure to write i your name ii your TA s name iii your section number and iv the number of the topic you are writing on Before you start writing you should review the Policy on Academic Integrity on the class webpage If you have questions about the policy Prof Stich will be happy to answer them Plagiarism will result in an automatic F for the course Topics 1 The conclusion of the Problem of Evil argument is that God does not exist If you disagree with this conclusion explain clearly why you think the Problem of Evil argument is not sound For each criticism you offer of the Problem of Evil argument you should also state what you take to be the best response to that criticism and why you do not find that response convincing Your paper should include a clear and accurate statement of the Problem of Evil argument 2 The conclusion of the Problem of Evil argument is that God does not exist If you think the Problem of Evil argument is sound explain clearly what you take to be the two best objections to the argument For each objection explain why you do not think it is convincing Your paper should include a clear and accurate statement of the Problem of Evil argument 3 The Teleological Argument maintains that the best explanation of the obvious function and superb design to be found in nature is that the natural world was created by a vastly intelligent mind If you disagree with this conclusion



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