2. Summarize the situation, the available choices, and the consequences of those choices. 3. Take a position. In other words, make a choice. 4. Justify that choice with rational arguments. In other words, explain why you would make that
choice. 5. Include significant references to at least two thinkers discussed in class (from Unit 1 or Unit 2).
These references can be used in any part of the paper and should demonstrate thoughtful engagement with the philosophers and ideas encountered in this course.
Papers must be submitted through eCampus. Any student who turns in plagiarized work for the midterm
paper will receive a failing grade for the course.