Please prepare a 5-page (double-spaced) paper in the form of an argument in support of a philosophical thesis related to hate speech, and based on the readings

5 pages (double-spaced)
ARGUMENT STRUCTURE
Thesis Statement 
(and supporting content)
10%
Your paper should begin with the thesis statement.  The thesis statement should be contained in one sentence and stated as a fact (e.g., “There is little difference between Appiah’s internal and external racism.”) The thesis statement should be narrow enough to be supported by a 7-page paper (double-spaced). The supporting content should summarize the rest of the paper.
Supporting Premise #1
(and explanatory content)
10%
After a transition sentence, the first supporting premise should be stated as a fact and contained in one sentence, followed by explanatory content.  
Supporting Premise #2
(and explanatory content)
10%
After a transition sentence, the second supporting premise should be stated as a fact and contained in one sentence, followed by explanatory content. 
Supporting Premise #3
(and explanatory content)
10%
After a transition sentence, the third supporting premise should be stated as a fact and contained in one sentence, followed by explanatory content. 
Opposing View
10%
Next, you should spend some time acknowledging that there is another way to look at the issue you are examining.  (e.g., “On the other hand, there are good reasons why Thales’s water works better as the one thing of which everything is composed.”), followed by 1 or 2 reasons why the alternative view is reasonable.  Here, you want to be what philosophers call “charitable.”  That is, your goal is to state the opposing view in its best light.
Response to opposing view
10%
In the next section, you should explain why, even though what you just said about the opposing view is true, your thesis is still the best way to look at the issue.  The goal here is to be thorough but gentle.  You don’t want to overstate your case.
Question, if answered, would help resolve this matter
(or another way of conveying that your mind remains open on the issue)
10%
Finally, you should end your philosophy paper making it clear to the reader that you remain open to changing your mind if new information comes in.  Philosophers make arguments but not dogmatic arguments.  One way to accomplish this goal is to end your paper with a question that, if answered, would either strengthen your argument or completely undermine it.  There are other ways.
CONTENT
Originality of Thesis
10%
Try to come up with an original question of your own to answer in your paper.  Steer away from questions that have been discussed in class at length.  It is fine to use an idea that came up in class, as long as it remained largely unanswered in class.
Strength of Argument
10%
Your goal is convince the reader of your thesis.  The best way to do this is make sure your premises, added together, really do add up to the thesis.  A good way to make sure your argument is strong is to have someone else read it and ask if they are convinced.  (A classmate would work well.) If they are not convinced, as them why. Then address that worry in your paper to tighten your argument.
OTHER
Grammar and Spelling
10%
It is always important to make sure your grammar and spelling are flawless.  If you struggle in these areas, please visit the Writing Center.

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https://www.earlymoderntexts.com/assets/pdfs/kant1785.pdf

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https://www.utm.edu/staff/jfieser/class/300/categorical.htm

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https://scholarship.law.duke.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=3115&context=dlj

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