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  Triple Note on “Effective Altruism” Submit triple notes on the reading on Effe

 
Triple Note on “Effective Altruism”
Submit triple notes on the reading on Effective Altruism (Links to an external site.). For more information on how to complete triple notes, go to the instruction page: Instructions on Triple Notes.
Submission Guidelines
1 inch margins, double-spaced 12-point Times New Roman font (Be sure to check these formatting guidelines as these may not be the default setting on your word processor).
Pa.per must be at least one full page, but the goal is to demonstrate thorough engagement with the text. Hence, it is important that you paraphrase, quote, and cite appropriately to make clear how you are reading and interpreting the text.
Feel free to use grids and tables if you find that structure to be helpful, but you are not required to. You must at least make clear which main claims go with which supporting statements and responses.
Upload your pa.per in Word or PDF format (doc, docx, pdf). Other formats (e.g. Pages) will not be accepted.
Your pa.per will be run through the plagiarism detection program. I take academic integrity very seriously as a matter of fairness to all PCC students, and though in many cases, students unknowingly violate the academic integrity policy, you will still be held responsible for making sure your work complies with those policies. If you have any questions, I am more than happy to help.

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  Triple Note on “Effective Altruism” Submit triple notes on the reading on Effe

 
Triple Note on “Effective Altruism”
Submit triple notes on the reading on Effective Altruism (Links to an external site.). For more information on how to complete triple notes, go to the instruction page: Instructions on Triple Notes.
Submission Guidelines
1 inch margins, double-spaced 12-point Times New Roman font (Be sure to check these formatting guidelines as these may not be the default setting on your word processor).
Pa.per must be at least one full page, but the goal is to demonstrate thorough engagement with the text. Hence, it is important that you paraphrase, quote, and cite appropriately to make clear how you are reading and interpreting the text.
Feel free to use grids and tables if you find that structure to be helpful, but you are not required to. You must at least make clear which main claims go with which supporting statements and responses.
Upload your pa.per in Word or PDF format (doc, docx, pdf). Other formats (e.g. Pages) will not be accepted.
Your pa.per will be run through the plagiarism detection program. I take academic integrity very seriously as a matter of fairness to all PCC students, and though in many cases, students unknowingly violate the academic integrity policy, you will still be held responsible for making sure your work complies with those policies. If you have any questions, I am more than happy to help.

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______________________________________Answer premises with book reading (200 wor

______________________________________Answer premises with book reading (200 words) 
*Due Tuesday, August 30th @10am!*
–Of the various definitions of rhetoric offered in the chapter, which resonated for you the most? (Note—if a definition resonated with you, it need not necessarily be because you liked that definition)
–Within Western rhetorical theory, probably the most often cited definition of rhetoric is from Aristotle: “the ability, in each particular case, to see the available means of persuasion.” Based on what you read in this chapter or elsewhere, what do you think is effective about this definition, and what are its limitations?
–Do you think rhetorical criticism should focus more on the intent of the rhetor in engaging an audience, or the outcome of the rhetor’s efforts on the audience?

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  This week, I want you to think about what you expect to get out of  this class

 
This week, I want you to think about what you expect to get out of  this class. After doing the readings, imagine that a friend or family  member has asked you why you are taking a philosophy class. They may be  wondering what philosophy is, what it is good for, or why you would want  to learn about it. In this discussion board, answer them by explaining  what you’ve read from our first two readings. 
Since you need to  post two responses each week, make one of your posts play the devil’s  advocate. Now YOU can be the inquisitive friend or family member who  isn’t yet convinced that philosophy is worthwhile. Challenge one of your  classmates to answer/defend the importance of philosophy. 
Finally, what do you really think? Is philosophy worthwhile? Why or why not? (I promise I won’t mark you down for being honest! 😉

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  This week, I want you to think about what you expect to get out of  this class

 
This week, I want you to think about what you expect to get out of  this class. After doing the readings, imagine that a friend or family  member has asked you why you are taking a philosophy class. They may be  wondering what philosophy is, what it is good for, or why you would want  to learn about it. In this discussion board, answer them by explaining  what you’ve read from our first two readings. 
Since you need to  post two responses each week, make one of your posts play the devil’s  advocate. Now YOU can be the inquisitive friend or family member who  isn’t yet convinced that philosophy is worthwhile. Challenge one of your  classmates to answer/defend the importance of philosophy. 
Finally, what do you really think? Is philosophy worthwhile? Why or why not? (I promise I won’t mark you down for being honest! 😉

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______________________________________Answer premises with book reading (200 wor

______________________________________Answer premises with book reading (200 words) 
*Due Tuesday, August 30th @10am!*
–Of the various definitions of rhetoric offered in the chapter, which resonated for you the most? (Note—if a definition resonated with you, it need not necessarily be because you liked that definition)
–Within Western rhetorical theory, probably the most often cited definition of rhetoric is from Aristotle: “the ability, in each particular case, to see the available means of persuasion.” Based on what you read in this chapter or elsewhere, what do you think is effective about this definition, and what are its limitations?
–Do you think rhetorical criticism should focus more on the intent of the rhetor in engaging an audience, or the outcome of the rhetor’s efforts on the audience?

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Theoretically, are we alone in the universe? What makes us human?  What is consc

Theoretically, are we alone in the universe? What makes us human?  What is consciousness?  Why do we dream? (Answer in about 500 words in each question) Please avoid plagiarism

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Theoretically, are we alone in the universe? What makes us human?  What is consc

Theoretically, are we alone in the universe? What makes us human?  What is consciousness?  Why do we dream? (Answer in about 500 words in each question) Please avoid plagiarism

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Theoretically, are we alone in the universe? What makes us human?  What is consc

Theoretically, are we alone in the universe? What makes us human?  What is consciousness?  Why do we dream? (Answer in about 500 words in each question) Please avoid plagiarism

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Theoretically, are we alone in the universe? What makes us human?  What is consc

Theoretically, are we alone in the universe? What makes us human?  What is consciousness?  Why do we dream? (Answer in about 500 words in each question) Please avoid plagiarism