Critical Thinking Essay

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  • Recall Clifford’s evidentialist argument from Module 2 and contrast Clifford’s position with one of the nonevidentialist positions encountered in either Module 5 or Module 6. Decide which position, evidentialism or nonevidentialism, more closely aligns with your own point of view and argue for that position. You must have access to the textbook which is Encountering The Real: Faith and Philosophical Enquiry by Pojman/Rea, Solomom,Kierkegaard. Please read the assignment correctly. Must be 12 font doubled spaced and 1200 to 1500 words
  • Introduction paragraph
      1. Give a brief explanation of the conflict between evidentialism and non-evidentialism.
      2. State clearly your thesis about which is true- evidentialism or non-evidentialism. (This is best done with a sentence similar to: “I will argue that ______ is true.”)
    1. Explanation paragraph one:
      1. Explain one of the theories (you can choose which you would like to discuss first).
      2. Do not discuss the alternate theory in this paragraph.
      3. Explain why someone would think that theory is true.
    2. Explanation paragraph two:
      1. Explain the second theory
      2. Explain why someone would think it is true
      3. Explain the major distinction between this theory and the previous one
    3. Reason paragraph one:
      1. State the first reason for your thesis
      2. Explain what the reason means
      3. Explain why someone should believe the reason is true
    4. Reason paragraph two:
      1. State the second reason for your thesis
      2. Explain what the reason means
      3. Explain why someone should believe the reason is true
    5. Objection paragraph:
      1. State a reason why someone would think that one of your reasons is not true or does not support your thesis statement (remember the recorded lecture I posted about evaluating arguments and what an objection is)
      2. Explain how the objection hurts your reason
      3. Explain why someone would think that this is true
      4. Do not discuss a response to the objection in this paragraph- you should ONLY be discussing the objection
    6. Response paragraph:
      1. State the reason someone might think the objection fail (This should NOT be a simple restatement of the reason)
      2. Explain why the reason disproves the objection
      3. Explain why someone should this is true.
    7. Conclusion:
      1. Recap the progression of the paper
      2. Do not offer any new ideas or thoughts
    8. References
      1. Make sure your references are formatted in the MLA style
      2. You can find assistance on that here:https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/01/
      3. I would discourage you from using resources other than those provided in the course. Typically, outside references, such as those found on the internet, confuse students more than help them.

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