pick an ethical issue you feel strongly about and imagine that the belief you are currently holding about this issue is wrong. Then develop a scenario to explain how that could be true. This helps you to see the limitations of your own beliefs. To earn full credit on this assignment you need to do the following: 1. State your belief. 2. Outline the reasons for believing it. In other words, describe the process of reasoning you used to arrive at this belief. 3. The belief will have some philosophical component to it so connect it to philosophy and, if possible, a specific philosopher. 4. Outline how it could be possible that this belief is false. This will entail outlining the reasoning that could lead one to think that your belief is false. 5. This reasoning that shows that your belief could be false will also have a philosophical component to it so you will also need to connect it to philosophy and, if possible, a specific philosopher. Please note that merely mentioning a connection with philosophy or a philosopher is not enough. The point of this assignment is for you to think philosophically but also to learn more about philosophy as well. ** When examining argments in morality (or any other controversial topic) most people fall prey to the confirmation bias. This is the tendency to only look at evidence which favors your position. But, this ignores the evidence against your view. The point of this assignment is for you to examine this contrary evidence. Examining it means actually looking at the arguments against your position, articulating them, and dealing with them in a serious way as opposed to simply dismissing them out of hand. Do you want your assignment written by the best essay experts? Order now, for an amazing discount.
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