Ethics Essay Writing

Paper 2: Normative Theories as Roommates Introduction Rubric: Introduction gives clear statement of thesis (main point, final conclusion of the paper). Avoids broad generalizations (for example, “since the dawn of time, men have . . . ‘) or personal claims (for example, “I believe happiness is very important.”). Introduction provides an outline for the development of the thesis. Explain any 4 theories of normative ethics and provide best arguments for each theory Theories of to determine right and wrong Divine Command Theory Ethical Egoism Utilitarianism Social Contract Theory (Contractarianism) Care Ethics (Feminist Ethics) Kantianism What are the reasons to accept the theory, think it is true? Rubric: Each premise is made clear, and as much as possible, presented in single statements (no or limited rhetorical questions). Arguments must accurately represent the content of the course material and satisfy the assignment. Rubric: Textual evidence is carefully chosen from multiple places in the text/readings or videos, and properly cited. If student wants to use sources beyond text and extra readings, student must contact me at least 4 days before due date of the paper for approval. Rubric: Papers that do not fulfill the guidelines of the assignment receive a 0. Explain/argue, if these theories were people, what kind of roommates they would be Consider implications of theory on behavior. Evidence understanding of the theories. Explain/argue with examples which theory you would want as a roommate and why you do not want the other theories as roommates See rubric for details on arguments. Evidence understanding of theories Conclusion Final paragraph adds something to the paper rather than summarizing what the audience has just read (for example, suggests broader implications, new directions or questions). Rubric Papers are evaluated according to the following rubric: 1. Mechanics. Paper has date, title, student name, no problems with grammar or spelling, all quotations cited properly. 10 points Excellent 8.5 points Good 7 points Needs Improvement 5 points Unacceptable 2. Introduction and conclusion Introduction gives clear statement of thesis (main point, final conclusion of the paper). Avoids broad generalizations (for example, “since the dawn of time, men have . . . ‘) or personal claims (for example, “I believe happiness is very important.”). Introduction provides an outline for the development of the thesis. Final paragraph adds something to the paper rather than summarizing what the audience has just read (for example, suggests broader implications, new directions or questions). 10 points Excellent 8.5 points Good 7 points Needs Improvement 5 points Unacceptable 3. Paragraphs. Body paragraphs typically begin with a topic sentence that supports some aspect of the thesis (main idea). 20 points Excellent 17 points Good 14 points Needs Improvement 10 points Unacceptable 4. Argument. Paragraphs provide good reasons for rationally accepting the thesis, supported by evidence from the text or extra readings in the course. Paper is written for someone who does not necessarily agree with the thesis. When providing arguments, student will provide reasons why the premises are plausible. Personal or widely shared experiences are expected to help explain ideas or support the plausibility of premises. Quotes do not count as explanations, students must explain in their own words. Students may quote the readings, but meaning and relevance of quotes must be explained. Each premise is made clear, and as much as possible, presented in single statements (no or limited rhetorical questions). Arguments must accurately represent the content of the course material and satisfy the assignment.

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