•You will have to give a clear account of the views you are discussing but you are not to write a report. Instead you are to argue for a particular position. That is what philosophers do. They “argue” on rational grounds.
The essay topics ask you to defend a philosophical view and critique an opposing view. In writing these essays, imagine yourself in the position of a defender of a particular philosophical view. You will not be asked to “believe” the philosophy in question, only defend it. Also, avoid the temptation to get too far into the fiction: do write these as serious essays: ie. keep the focus on philosophy.
The essays should have the following parts, in no particular order:
1. A clear presentation of the philosophical view you are attempting to defend and criticize. (For example, if you are discussing utilitarianism (or Kantian ethics, or egoism) give a clear account of what the views are—what they hold. Different kinds of utilitarians; deontologists etc may hold different views.)
2. Supporting reasons for why this is the correct view, citing sources from the text is necessary;
3. A brief presentation of the opposing viewpoint;
4. A critique of this viewpoint.
• **Essay 2 is due at the end of Week 7 Sunday by 11:59 Eastern Time. (See late policy)
Choose either question 1 OR question 2 (NOT both).
1. Discuss the issue of workplace privacy. To what extent should management have control of what you do on the job (for example, monitor emails and internet) and to what extent should they have a say in what you do outside the workplace (for example, political affiliations, drinking etc) (See eReadings)
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