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Question 1
Analyze Yourself
In one precise and concise, cohesive essay, no longer than 500 words, write an essay where you do each of the following:
introduce and summarize the Foundation for Critical Thinking’s “Valuable Intellectual Traits” and Julia Galef’s TED Talk, “Why You Think You’re Right–Even When You Are Wrong,” and briefly compare the two primary sources;
identify and discuss your strongest intellectual trait and your weakest intellectual trait as well as whether you are more of a “Soldier” or “Scout” when it comes to critical reasoning and judgement. Be sure to provide one or more specific example/s to support and illustrate your choices;
finally, consider some ways in which you might improve or develop yourself as an intellectual and emotional, critical thinker.
Some tips:
Answer all parts of the prompt.
Create strong topic sentences and transitions between paragraphs and ideas.
Illustrate mastery of MLA, including in-text citation and the Works Cited page. Do not double space, though.
Do not drop quotes in (also called hit-and-run quotes)–be sure to integrate them with your own words and ideas. Do not use block quotes (quotes over four lines in length).Most of the essay should be your original analysis.
Proofread, proofread, proofread.
Make your introduction and conclusion brief–no more than three sentences for this type of essay exam.
Place your word count in parenthesis at the bottom of the page.
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Question 2
Consider One Text through the Lens of Another
In no more than 500 words, write a concise and precise, cohesive essay in which you do each of the following:
define and explain Perspectivism and its origination;
summarize Michael Lacewing’s “Nietzsche’s Perspectivism” and R.N. Carmona’s “Clarifying Nietzsche’s Perspectivism”;
determine how Carmona’s text clarifies (makes clearer), extends (adds to), or complicates (makes more confusing or complex) Michael Lacewing’s text.
Some Tips:
Answer all parts of the prompt.
Create strong topic sentences and transitions between paragraphs and ideas.
Illustrate mastery of MLA, including in-text citation and the Works Cited page. Do not double space, though.
Do not drop quotes in (also called hit-and-run quotes)–be sure to integrate them with your own words and ideas. Do not use block quotes (quotes over four lines in length); they are not a good idea when writing a timed response.
Proofread, proofread, proofread.
Make your introduction and conclusion brief–as little as three sentences for this type of essay exam.
Place your word count in parenthesis at the bottom of the page.
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Question 3
Perspectives & Truth
In no more than 600 words, write a concise and precise, cohesive essay in which you do each of the following:
summarize the X-Files’ episode, “Jose Chung’s from Outer Space”;
briefly identify and then compare perspectives and/or opinions about truth from FOUR characters in the episode, and discuss which characters have a “Soldier” and/or “Scout” mindset;
share your own view on Perspectivism and its effect on your concept of truth and/or your worldview.
Some tips:
Answer all parts of the prompt.
Create strong topic sentences and transitions between paragraphs and ideas.
Illustrate mastery of MLA, including in-text citation and the Works Cited page. Do not double space, though.
Do not drop quotes in (also called hit-and-run quotes)–be sure to integrate them with your own words and ideas. Do not use block quotes (quotes over four lines in length); they are not a good idea when writing a timed response.
Proofread, proofread, proofread.
Make your introduction and conclusion brief–as little as three sentences for this type of essay exam.
Place your word count in parenthesis at the bottom of the page.
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Question 4
Time to Play Nietzsche
In no more than 250 words, pretend you are Nietzsche and write a review of the X-Files episode, “Jose Chung’s from Outer Space.”
Some Tips:
1. No need to use MLA format or style; you are Nietzsche after all.
2. Nietzsche would, however, proofread.
3. Place your word count in parenthesis at the bottom of the page.
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