Title: “Whereas science fiction celebrates science and technology by endorsing their ability to shape our lives, mad scientist stories embody the opposite message, that science threatens our well-being ». Discuss this Toumey’s citation in referring to concrete examples.
The structure of an academic essay is used
There is a clear thesis
Grammar and spelling are (mostly) correct
Professional/academic tone is used
The tone of the essay is professional/academic but does not rely on pedantic or overly flowery language or rhetoric.
The writer’s audience is academic, but anyone engaged in the issues will have greater clarity on the issue having read the essay.
Use of APA Citations (check Library for correct style)
Cite sources and quotations clearly and correctly
Credit the author appropriately to avoid any concern or confusion of plagiarism
Body of Essay
From beginning to end, I understand the argument being made/explained.
This is demonstrated through appropriate structure, clarity of writing, and use of primary text
They have understood the article well enough to articulate the main issues being addressed:
In turn I could understand the article without having read it (although I have read the articles)
The writer was able to raise an interesting and valuable philosophical point.
I as the reader have learned something having read this essay
I was engaged in the material and found the writing style comprehensible
Using the technical aspects of an essay style, I was able to convey meaning while keeping the interest of the reader
Originality and new perspective:
The essay demonstrated the thesis of the article in a way that highlighted something that I may not have thought about before.
Engaging with the primary texts:
The essay has effectively referenced and quoted the primary text (using correct citations), which has made the thesis clearer and more powerful.
For this paper, students are required to use primary sources whenever possible. Primary sources are editions of the works of the philosopher(s) and/or school of thought whose name is included in the topic. Editions of their works, in full or in part, are available freely on the Internet. Students are also required to use at least two secondary sources, i.e. commentaries or other scholarly publications, whether books or articles, on their chosen topic. Many peer-reviewed articles are freely available on the Internet, as well as some older books that are now in the public domain. However, most are not available in this way, and in some cases, for some topics, to meet the requirement for this paper, the use of online services of a university library will be necessary.
This essay must be at least 2,000 words long including the introduction, body and conclusion, but not the bibliography. Though a bibliography must be appended, which lists all the books and articles used, quoted or simply consulted for this assignment.
1-The introduction must include a clear question and a thesis with general presentation of the topic as well as an overview of the essay. If relevant, there should also be an indication of what is not covered in the essay, though relevant to the topic.
2-The body of the essay may be divided into parts. If the essay is longer than the minimum required length and has several parts, it might be a good idea to insert a table of contents after the cover page. In any event, all pages except for the cover page and the table of contents should be numbered.
3-A conclusion should also be included in which one typically recapitulates the main ideas developed in the essay. Students should consider rounding out the conclusion by offering some thoughts on the reception throughout the ages of the works discussed in the essay or on their relevance today.
The purpose of the research paper is to reproduce or re-construct the argument of a philosopher on a given topic. The student should use his or her own words as much as possible. If the words, other than the common words, used are taken verbatim from primary or secondary sources, then they must appear in quotation marks, and a reference must follow. Since the essay reproduces an argument, references are of crucial importance, since they act as evidence in a scholarly work.
The essay will be assessed for the most part (40%) on the student’s ability to identify and reconstruct a philosopher’s thought, the main argument on a given topic and to articulate in a personal way, and yet intelligently and accurately, while being able to support by accurate references the reconstruction of the argument every step of the way. 5% of the mark is based on grammar and spelling. Failure to meet other technical requirements such as page numbering might trigger another deduction of up to 5%.
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