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Pick one of these two topics
1. Topic #1: Does God exist?
It has been said that America is one of the most religious countries in the world. Indeed, Gallup
poll indicates that a little over 8 Americans in ten believe in God. As usual, Philosophy urges you
to question the assumption underlying such a belief. Hence the following question: “Does God
2. Topic #2: Is Justice for All Possible in America?”
“I pledge allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America and to the Republic for which it
stands, one nation, under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.”
In light of the idea of “one nation… with liberty and justice for all,” answer philosophically the
following question “Is Justice for All Possible in America?”
Your paper should be no less than 10 page long, on top of the bibliography page, the end notes,
and the paper outline.
1. Outline your paper clearly.
2. Submit the paper along with your outline (attached).
3. The length of your essay should be a minimum of 10 pages of text plus 1 page of Outline notes
4. State clearly your thesis
5. Proceed with argumentation step by step and clearly
6. Backing up (or documenting) your basic arguments (claims)
7. If appealing to the authority of philosophers (authors), be critical, always specifying whatever
you’re agreeing with and to what extent.
8. Be mindful of the grading criteria which are provided on a separate sheet.
9. Use MLA style. Get a sample of the MLA writing style at the front desk in the library on
10. Take a look at the paper writing sample provided by the instructor.
11. Do not miss the deadline indicated on the course schedule.
Instructions for the Research Paper
(1) The length of the paper should be 10 pages of text.
(2) Include a bibliography, consisting of, at least, 5 books or papers.
(3) Include notes which refer to sources of majors claims—notes from the paper
(4) Apply the MLA style in your essay. Get a sample in the library.
(5) Include an outline of your essay, which should serve as a table of contents for
the final draft of your paper.
(6) State clearly your thesis followed by a short transitional statement listing the
major arguments of the paper.
(7) Proceed with argumentation step by step and clearly.
(8) Backing up (or documenting) your basic claims. If appealing to the authority
of philosophers (authors), be critical, always specifying whatever you’re
agreeing with and to what extent.
(9) Be mindful of the grading criteria which are provided on a separate sheet.
(10) Failure to adhere to these instructions will result in the rejection of your
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