assignment Instructions

ssignment InstructionsNOTE: THIS ASSIGNMENT IS IN TWO TASKS, (1) OUTLINE AND (2) ESSAYPLEASE SCROW DOWN TO THE BOTTOM FOR THE REMAINING TASK OF THE ASSIGNMENT.ALSO, EACH ASSIGNMENT OR TASK SHOULD BE SEPARATEGoal: Students will create a detailed outline for the week 7 Philosophical Essay.QUESTION: According to Socrates, must one heed popular opinion about moral matters? Does Socrates accept the fairness of the laws under which he was tried and convicted? Would Socrates have been wrong to escape?TASK 1Outline TemplateYour nameProfessor NameCourseDatePaper OutlineThesis: Thesis statement hereI. Rough draft of introduction toessay/paperII. First MajorPointA. SecondarypointB. SecondarypointC. Transition sentence into nextparagraphIII. Second MajorPointA. SecondarypointB. SecondarypointC. Transition sentence into nextparagraphIV. Third MajorPointA. SecondarypointB. SecondarypointC. Transition sentence into nextparagraph(If there are more points, add them as items V, VI, etc. appropriately)
V. Rough draft of conclusion ofessay/paperA. Summary ofdiscussionB. FinalobservationsTASK 2This 4 – 5 full page (not to exceed 6 pages) Philosophical Essay you will be writing due Week 7 is designed to be a thoughtful, reflective work. The 4 – 5 full pages does not include a cover page or a works cited page. It will be your premier writing assignment focused on the integration and assessment relating to the course concepts.Your paper should be written based on the outline you submitted during week 4 combined with your additional thoughts and instructor feedback. You will use at least three scholarly/reliable resources with matching in-text citations and a Works Cited page. All essays are double spaced, 12 New Times Roman font, paper title, along with all paragraphs indented five spaces.
Works CitedLivingston, James C. Anatomy of the Sacred: An Introduction to Religion. 6th ed. Upper Saddle River, N.J.: Pearson/Prentice Hall, 2009.Rodrigues, Hillary, and John S. Harding. Introduction to the Study of Religion. Routledge, 2009.

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