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Directions: For each module, you will write a 500-1000 word journal reflecting o
Directions: For each module, you will write a 500-1000 word journal reflecting on the intersection of the material covered (during that specific module) and your personal life/ view of the world (this could have been done by connecting the topics to personal life stories, media you watch, or current politics playing out in the world.) This needs to be a minimum of 500 words and a maximum of 1000 and in MLA format. You are required to cite (in MLA format) one of the week’s readings or videos. These are meant to be personal and address how the readings relate to your life, but they require all of the following to get the points.
This assignment is graded pass or fail and requires all of the following components. Do note failure to include any of the following components will result in a zero for the assignment:
1. The Journal needs to be in MLA format.
2. Included a citation from the week’s readings or videos.
3. Had the mandatory 500-1000 words.
4. Clearly connected the student’s personal lived experience to the material covered in the Module; this could have been done by personal life stories, media they watch, or current politics playing out in the world.
When Cititng sources, you can cite any of fources lsited below and it has to be from this list. MLA style citation
Fallacies – This webpage introduces students to Logical Fallacies https://writingcenter.unc.edu/tips-and-tools/fallacies/
Propositional Logic – This entry will introduce students to Propositional Logic and how it functions https://www.iep.utm.edu/prop-log/
George Berkely – This will give more context to Berkley’s ideas https://www.iep.utm.edu/berkeley/#H4
W. V. O. Quine, Methods of Logic, 4th ed. (Harvard University Press, 2006).
Merrillee Salmon, Introduction to Logic and Critical Thinking, 5th ed. (Wadsworth, 2006).
A S. Morris Engel, With Good Reason, 6th ed. (St. Martin’s, 1999).
Idealism on the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy -https://plato.stanford.edu/entries/idealism/
John Locke (1632—1704) on the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy https://www.iep.utm.edu/locke/ (Links to an external site.)
Also I’m attaching powerpoint notes file, you can cite from that too
I am also attaching a sample file on how it should look