THomasa KUHN

THomasa KUHN Ponder what the author’s intent is in writing the assigned pieces. Did he or she succeed? Is the author persuasive? What would it mean if the author is right or wrong? What other arguments are compatible or incompatible

Feminism philosophy

In your exam, address the following points. Drawing upon ideas from Rooney, Lanre-Abass, and Kadi, discuss the character of knowledge on feminist views. Choose one example from Kristof and WuDunn that you think demonstrates some aspect of feminist epistemology, explaining

Imagine that your best friend was in a car accident. She tells you that she was briefly unconscious and woke up in the hospital, where she still is. She’s also told you that she has been feeling fine for the last couple of days, but the doctors have decided to keep her in for tests. While in the hospital visiting her, you have heard rumours of a patient who lacks a normal human brain, but otherwise seems to becompletely normal. Then you overhear the following conversation…

An abstract is a short (usually less than 50 word) summary that states your thesis and the rough structure of your paper.  You should assume that your reader has not read your abstract when s/he reads the body of your essay.  You may use lines directly

Chernobyl Nuclear Plant

Approach may by analytical, historical, persuasive, or presenting a view and arguing for it (with supporting evidence). Thesis should be clearly stated in the first paragraph of the paper. Use of sources (paper and online) needs proper documentation. ESSENTIAL: Application