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PHIL341 Critical Reasoning

Week 1 Discussion

Identify:

A subjective claim that people might call “a fact”

An objective claim that people might call “an opinion”

What is the difference between a claim that is “objective” and a claim that is “subjective?”

Explain how mislabeling these claims could negatively impact the quality of a person’s thinking. You might try thinking of claims you could hear in a hospital or another work-related environment. If a person has confused objective with subjective or fact with opinion, what is the solution?

In addition to your initial post, post two substantive peer responses that demonstrate how you connect to their explanations. Provide thoughts, insight, and analysis of their answers. Your response should extend the dialogue.

 

PHIL341 Critical Reasoning

Week 2 Discussion

Consider the terms vague, ambiguity and generality as they relate to our textbook reading for this week.

How are vagueness, ambiguity and generality used in politics or in law in order to achieve a desired outcome?

What are some examples of how this might be applied in your future career?

Include an example or two from current events that demonstrates the use of vagueness, ambiguity and generality.

Feel free to share an article, a screenshot of a social media post, a video, etc.

In addition to your initial post, respond to at least two of your peers’ posts. These responses should be substantive and build upon their thoughts, provide additional examples, ask questions, and extend dialogue

 

PHIL341 Critical Reasoning

Week 3 Discussion

We often hear claims that “seem” credible and the sources of these claims can also seem credible at least at first glance.

Analyze the credibility of media sources:

Do you believe that all media sources are credible? Why or why not?

Why should we (or should we not) question the credibility of the information that is presented to us from media sources?

In addition to your initial post, you must also post substantive responses to at least two of your classmates’ posts in this thread. Provide an analysis of your peers’ post. Build on their examples and explanations to extend meaningful discussion

PHIL341 Critical Reasoning

Week 4 Discussion

Find an example of a fallacy used in popular advertising or any persuasive text. Upload the image/words or provide a link. Identify the fallacy and why you think that this particular type of advertisement represents the fallacy that you have chosen.

In addition to your initial post, respond to at least two of your peers’ posts. These responses should address questions, problems, or issues presented in their ad analysis. Please remember to be respectful and appropriate with your analysis of their work. Don’t just agree or disagree; continue the conversation!

 

PHIL341 Critical Reasoning

Week 5 Discussion

This week, we are learning about categorical logic.

Why is it important to understand categorical logic?

Provide some examples of how you could apply these concepts to your personal and professional life.

In addition to your initial post, post substantive responses to at least two of your classmates’ posts in this thread. Provide an analysis of your peers’ post. Build on their examples and explanations to extend meaningful discussion.

 

PHIL341 Critical Reasoning

Week 6 Discussion

This week we're exploring causation and correlation.

Why is it a fallacy to confuse causation and correlation?

Provide an example of a statement that confuses causation with correlation.

In addition to your inital post, you must also post substantive responses to at least two of your classmates’ posts in this thread. Provide an analysis of your peers’ post. Build on their examples and explanations to extend meaningful discussion.

 

PHIL341 Critical Reasoning

Week 7 Discussion

Should there be a death penalty for first-degree murder?

Make an argument that either supports or opposes the use of the death penalty in first-degree murder cases.

Be sure to define what is involved with first-degree murder and provide adequate reasoning and support for your argument. When responding to your classmates’ posts, be sure to identify any fallacies and evaluate whether arguments provide sufficient evidence to support their assertions. You are encouraged to challenge each other, but please remember to use appropriate netiquette when responding to one another. Your response should be respectful and constructive.

 

PHIL341 Critical Reasoning

Week 8 Discussion

Consider two types moral reasoning: Consequentialist and Non-Consequentialist approaches (and the specific theories involved).

Which of these theories, if any, do you find most reasonable, and why?

Provide a clear example to demonstrate your thinking.

In responses to at least two peers, check their work. Were their explanations and examples clear and accurate? Identify any problems/errors in their logic or explain why you agree with their rationale. Make sure your responses are substantive and contribute extra to the discussion.

 

PHIL341 Critical Reasoning

Week 1 Assignment

Term Paper Topic

The Signature Assignment for this course is a term paper analyzing a current events issue of your choice.

Read the full instructions for the term paper below. The term paper is due in Week 7.

Choose and submit your term paper topic here. Your term paper topic must be approved in order to receive credit for this assignment.

Signature Assignment Full Instructions

The goal of this paper is to construct a fair-minded, unbiased, analytical analysis of a topic in a comprehensive essay.

This is not an opinion piece or a persuasive essay that simply aims to prove or reinforce what you already believe. This would be confirmation bias, and bias must be avoided in this project.

This project needs to avoid harsh rhetoric or language that is harmful and hurtful in nature. The point is to be objective and unemotional in your approach.

This essay should be written in a fair, academic, respectful, and analytical manner regardless of any of your opinions, feelings, or preconceived notions about the topic.

Both sides of your topic must be treated with equal attention, both in terms of the number and quality of sources and in the depth and breadth of their presentation in your essay. Both sides should be addressed in the same number of paragraphs in roughly equivalent detail, and should be supported by the same number of quality sources.

You must identify and define rhetorical devices and logical fallacies on both sides of the argument. Be sure you indicate which specific rhetorical device and fallacy you have found, and there is evidence in your sources of these course concepts in practice that is cited in your paper.

You will present statements and claims for analyzing both sides of the topic. Only then should you state you own conclusion as an objective, critical thinker given the information presented.

Topic Selection: Students should select a topic they are very interested in that has academically legitimate research that supports a two-sided argument.

Essay Format: Your essay must be 5–7 pages (1600–1900 words) in length. The abstract, title page, and reference list do not count in the page or word count. The essay must have the following elements:

Times New Roman, 12-point, double-spaced

1-inch margins

Proper Level I and Level II APA section headings for all major sections of the essay

All other applicable APA formatting

Required Elements:

A properly formatted APA title page

A properly formatted APA abstract

Body of the paper

Introduction: Identify the issue. Provide the necessary background and/or important recent developments. Define key terms and concepts. Engage the reader and explain the broader significance of the issue.

Arguments and Counterarguments: Summarize the best arguments on both sides of the issue. Include relevant research from credible sources used to support each conclusion. Devote at least one paragraph to each side.

Evaluation of Critical Thinking: Assess the strength of the arguments and the quality of thinking surrounding this issue.

Identify weaknesses in critical thinking such as fallacies, rhetorical devices, vague language, and cognitive biases. Provide specific examples of how these weaknesses appear in arguments you encountered, using terminology and definitions from the course. Be specific! Present evidence from your sources that show these fallacies/biases being used.

Evaluate the quality of scientific and anecdotal evidence using the standards of inductive and deductive reasoning described in the course. Consider the quality of causal relationship, analogies, generalizations, and/or moral reasoning.

Conclusion: Analyze the totality of research and offer a critical thinker’s response to the issue. Identify your own position and experience with the issue and explain how your thinking of the subject has evolved as a result of your analysis. Your conclusion does not have to be absolute, but it should not be equivocal. If both sides have good arguments, which is better, even if only slightly better, and what is the argument that tips the scales in the sides’ favor? Why does that point tip the scales?

A properly formatted APA reference list

Sources should appear in alphabetical order according to the last name of the first author listed on the source.

If there is no author(s), then the source should be cited by title or organization.

Sources and Research Sources: You must use five scholarly or academic sources and all research should be published within the last five years. Sources not scholarly or academic in nature may affect your grade. It is highly recommended that most of your research be conducted via the WCU Library. Eligible sources listed best-to-worst:

Peer-reviewed journal articles

Peer review is the process that allows scientists to trust the reliability of published journal articles. The only way to tell if a journal article has been peer reviewed is to look for information about the journal, normally on the publisher's website. Most databases do not indicate if an article is peer reviewed or not.

The WCU library contains many of peer-reviewed sources. This is going to be the most desired type of evidence to use for any paper at WCU.

Scholarly research articles

Research articles (original research articles, primary research articles, or case studies) are your standard scientific articles. Most often published in peer-reviewed journals, primary research articles report on the findings of a scientist's work.

They almost always include a description of how the research was conducted and what the results mean. This is also a highly desirable type of research to use for your papers.

Government and state reports

Many government agencies like the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), National Institute of Mental Health (NIHM), and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) may have studies and statistics that may be useful for your topic. However, these sources are usually informational reports in nature, and therefore they rarely dig into the critical arguments used by the sides of a topic.

Though usually credible and reliable source, government reports should generally be used as supplemental, secondary sources to support or rebut academic sources. They should not be the main sources of your argument.

Other articles or sources

When this general term is used for an assignment, get clarification from your instructor about the source requirements. These are articles or sources that have been well researched and include a lot of citations. When you assess these resources, make sure that they are appropriate to use as evidence because they may contain bias. You should look at the sources these articles are using, determine if they are legitimate, reputable, and credible, and then make a judgment call.

These types of articles are the least desirable type of articles from the list of acceptable types to use (depending on each course’s expectations).

Review articles

Editorials, opinion, commentary, and perspectives

Trade publication articles

Technical reports

Documentaries

Interviews or TED talks

Sources that may not be used on this essay include the following:

Wikipedia and information from freelance websites (check with your professor before using these sources)

Information from general or reference sources such as dictionaries, encyclopedias, general information websites, or other reference works online or in print. Check with your instructor regarding textbooks from other courses or other sources if you are not sure.

Articles from publications or magazines that lack research to back up their claims

Religious texts of any kind

Obviously or highly biased sources that contain no credible or reputable support

Avoiding plagiarism: Remember that avoiding plagiarism is priority number one for credible academic writers.

It is always better to cite and attribute to a source than not to cite. If you are ever unsure, cite and attribute.

Anything that you copy word-for-word from a source must be quoted, attributed to its original source, and parenthetically cited in APA Style.

Anything that you take from a source and put into your own words must be both attributed to its original source and parenthetically cited in APA Style.

 

PHIL341 Critical Reasoning

Week 2 Assignment

Analysis of Personal Beliefs and Biases

Who are you? What do you believe? What cognitive biases do you have? These are big questions to answer, but necessary to consider before moving forward in your professional life.

In a one- to two-page paper, consider the people and experiences that have shaped how you see yourself, how you see life, and, most importantly, how they have shaped your biases.

List and then describe a minimum of three things you believe to be true, such as the existence of God, right vs. wrong, morality, and what it means to be a “good” person.

Explain, in detail, how you acquired these beliefs (including the other people or experiences that have influenced you most), why these beliefs are important and how these beliefs will influence how you engage with people and policies in your future career. Do not simply say something like, “I believe in doing the right thing because it is the right thing.” You must really dig deep into your psyche and analyze your own perspective of the world; make your brain hurt!

Most importantly, discuss at least two cognitive biases discussed in Chapter 1 that you might be most subject to and why. Integrate these into your three beliefs and analyze the ways in which they shape you.

There is no right or wrong answer to these questions, but your in-depth insight is important.

Your paper must be in APA Style, typed, and proofread. You do not need an abstract or outside references for this paper.

Review the rubric for specific grading criteria.

 

PHIL341 Critical Reasoning

Week 3 Assignment

Term Paper Outline

For this assignment, you will develop an outline for your term paper.

Use the sample outline provided to help structure your outline, which will assist you in organizing your final paper. Your final paper will include:

An introduction to the claim you are investigating

Body paragraphs which will analyze the claim

Your conclusions about the claim and its validity

Outline Template

I.             Introduction

a.            What claim are you investigating:___________________________________________

b.            What is the counter argument to this claim?__________________________________

c.             Who is making this claim? _________________________________________________

d.            What other parties are interested in this claim? _______________________________

II.            Information

a.            What types of information has been transmitted about this claim?

i.              Supporting detail 1:_______________________________________________

ii.             Supporting detail 2:_______________________________________________

iii.            Supporting detail 3:_______________________________________________

b.            Does the claim conflict with your personal observations and background information?

III.           Rhetoric and Fallacies

a.            What rhetoric and fallacies are used with respect to this claim?

i.              Supporting detail 1:_______________________________________________

ii.             Supporting detail 2:_______________________________________________

iii.            Supporting detail 3:_______________________________________________

IV.          Research

a.            Are there any scientific findings about this claim?

i.              Supporting detail 1:_______________________________________________

ii.             Supporting detail 2:_______________________________________________

iii.            Supporting detail 3:_______________________________________________

b.            What are the best ways to assess the probabilities of this claim?

i.              Supporting detail 1:_______________________________________________

ii.             Supporting detail 2:_______________________________________________

iii.            Supporting detail 3:_______________________________________________

V.            Conclusion

a.            What are your conclusions about your claim?_________________________________

 

PHIL341 Critical Reasoning

Week 4 Assignment

Advertisement Analysis

Choose an advertisement, either on television, on the radio, on the internet, or in print.

Describe and analyze the advertisement by answering the following questions:

Where did you find the advertisement?

Briefly describe the scenario depicted in the advertisement.

What product is being advertised?

Who is the audience for this advertisement? How do you know this?

Identify the main claim in that advertisement.

Is the claim credible? Why or why not? Use class terminology to explain.

What might make the claim more credible? What might make it less credible?

How does the author use rhetorical strategies to sell this product to its audience?

Does the advertisement reveal any cognitive biases? Which ones and how?

Your analysis must be at least 400 words in length and follow APA formatting and citation guidelines as appropriate.

 

PHIL341 Critical Reasoning

Week 5 Assignment

Current Affairs Video

For this video, choose one item that addresses a current issue and makes connections to class concepts. The item may be print or video—for example, an article from the current edition of a newspaper or magazine, a segment from a news or talk show, a YouTube video, vlog, or any program that features current affairs.

Your item (up to 2 minutes) will be embedded in a PowerPoint that you will use to supplement your presentation.

You may use clips of a video, pause a video as necessary to identify concepts, or use a clip for a full 2 minutes. However, you cannot use over two minutes of video in your own presentation.

Items cannot be more than 90 days old.

Clips and articles can be embedded in a PowerPoint that you will use to supplement your presentation or you can share your screen and show these separately during your presentation.

Remember, your PowerPoint is there to guide you during your presentation. Do not overload this with text.

Submit a 4-5 minute video in which you:

Use any software you are comfortable with, including Panopto, in order to record yourself speaking and presenting a PowerPoint at the same time. You and your PowerPoint must be visible during the entirety of the presentation. This cannot just be a recording of your face presenting and it cannot just be a voice over with your PowerPoint – Video and screen option should be selected on any media you use.

Clearly identify the argument. Present the premises and conclusion in your chosen article or video clip and explain their importance. Did the speakers/writers use deductive or inductive reasoning?

In your article or video clip, identify three of the following: vague/ambiguous language; credibility; cognitive bias; rhetoric; logical fallacies; generalizations; arguments from analogy; cause and effect reasoning; and value judgments about morality, law, or aesthetics.

Explain why you think the argument fits this concept. Also, identify if this was purposeful and why, and how this affects the strength of the argument.

Provide a conclusion to your video. Was the argument convincing? What is your position? (30 seconds max)

Length: 5 minutes maximum

You will be graded on:

Your ability to identify arguments made about relevant issues in our world today

How well you identify class concepts. Accuracy and a clear explanation are required

Your use of terminology from the textbook/class lectures

Your ability to showcase your critical thinking skills

Your ability to use Panopto, Screen cast-o-matic or any other media to complete your presentation

Your presentation skills and delivery

 

PHIL341 Critical Reasoning

Week 7 Assignment

Term Paper

The goal of this paper is to construct a fair-minded, unbiased, analytical analysis of a topic in a comprehensive essay.

This is not an opinion piece or a persuasive essay that simply aims to prove or reinforce what you already believe. This would be confirmation bias, and bias must be avoided in this project.

This project needs to avoid harsh rhetoric or language that is harmful and hurtful in nature. The point is to be objective and unemotional in your approach.

This essay should be written in a fair, academic, respectful, and analytical manner regardless of any of your opinions, feelings, or preconceived notions about the topic.

Both sides of your topic must be treated with equal attention, both in terms of the number and quality of sources and in the depth and breadth of their presentation in your essay. Both sides should be addressed in the same number of paragraphs in roughly equivalent detail, and should be supported by the same number of quality sources.

You must identify and define rhetorical devices and logical fallacies on both sides of the argument. Be sure you indicate which specific rhetorical device and fallacy you have found, and there is evidence in your sources of these course concepts in practice that is cited in your paper.

You will present statements and claims for analyzing both sides of the topic. Only then should you state you own conclusion as an objective, critical thinker given the information presented.

Essay Format: Your essay must be 5–7 pages (1600–1900 words) in length. The abstract, title page, and reference list do not count in the page or word count. The essay must have the following elements:

Times New Roman, 12-point, double-spaced

1-inch margins

Proper Level I and Level II APA section headings for all major sections of the essay

All other applicable APA formatting

Required Elements:

A properly formatted APA title page

A properly formatted APA abstract

Body of the paper

Introduction: Identify the issue. Provide the necessary background and/or important recent developments. Define key terms and concepts. Engage the reader and explain the broader significance of the issue.

Arguments and Counterarguments: Summarize the best arguments on both sides of the issue. Include relevant research from credible sources used to support each conclusion. Devote at least one paragraph to each side.

Evaluation of Critical Thinking: Assess the strength of the arguments and the quality of thinking surrounding this issue.

Identify weaknesses in critical thinking such as fallacies, rhetorical devices, vague language, and cognitive biases. Provide specific examples of how these weaknesses appear in arguments you encountered, using terminology and definitions from the course. Be specific! Present evidence from your sources that show these fallacies/biases being used.

Evaluate the quality of scientific and anecdotal evidence using the standards of inductive and deductive reasoning described in the course. Consider the quality of causal relationship, analogies, generalizations, and/or moral reasoning.

Conclusion: Analyze the totality of research and offer a critical thinker’s response to the issue. Identify your own position and experience with the issue and explain how your thinking of the subject has evolved as a result of your analysis. Your conclusion does not have to be absolute, but it should not be equivocal. If both sides have good arguments, which is better, even if only slightly better, and what is the argument that tips the scales in the sides’ favor? Why does that point tip the scales?

A properly formatted APA reference list

Sources should appear in alphabetical order according to the last name of the first author listed on the source.

If there is no author(s), then the source should be cited by title or organization.

Sources and Research Sources: You must use five scholarly or academic sources and all research should be published within the last five years. Sources not scholarly or academic in nature may affect your grade. It is highly recommended that most of your research be conducted via the WCU Library. Eligible sources listed best-to-worst:

Peer-reviewed journal articles

Peer review is the process that allows scientists to trust the reliability of published journal articles. The only way to tell if a journal article has been peer reviewed is to look for information about the journal, normally on the publisher's website. Most databases do not indicate if an article is peer reviewed or not.

The WCU library contains many of peer-reviewed sources. This is going to be the most desired type of evidence to use for any paper at WCU.

Scholarly research articles

Research articles (original research articles, primary research articles, or case studies) are your standard scientific articles. Most often published in peer-reviewed journals, primary research articles report on the findings of a scientist's work.

They almost always include a description of how the research was conducted and what the results mean. This is also a highly desirable type of research to use for your papers.

Government and state reports

Many government agencies like the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), National Institute of Mental Health (NIHM), and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) may have studies and statistics that may be useful for your topic. However, these sources are usually informational reports in nature, and therefore they rarely dig into the critical arguments used by the sides of a topic.

Though usually credible and reliable source, government reports should generally be used as supplemental, secondary sources to support or rebut academic sources. They should not be the main sources of your argument.

Other articles or sources

When this general term is used for an assignment, get clarification from your instructor about the source requirements. These are articles or sources that have been well researched and include a lot of citations. When you assess these resources, make sure that they are appropriate to use as evidence because they may contain bias. You should look at the sources these articles are using, determine if they are legitimate, reputable, and credible, and then make a judgment call.

These types of articles are the least desirable type of articles from the list of acceptable types to use (depending on each course’s expectations).

Review articles

Editorials, opinion, commentary, and perspectives

Trade publication articles

Technical reports

Documentaries

Interviews or TED talks

Sources that may not be used on this essay include the following:

Wikipedia and information from freelance websites (check with your professor before using these sources)

Information from general or reference sources such as dictionaries, encyclopedias, general information websites, or other reference works online or in print. Check with your instructor regarding textbooks from other courses or other sources if you are not sure.

Articles from publications or magazines that lack research to back up their claims

Religious texts of any kind

Obviously or highly biased sources that contain no credible or reputable support

Avoiding plagiarism: Remember that avoiding plagiarism is priority number one for credible academic writers.

It is always better to cite and attribute to a source than not to cite. If you are ever unsure, cite and attribute.

Anything that you copy word-for-word from a source must be quoted, attributed to its original source, and parenthetically cited in APA Style.

Anything that you take from a source and put into your own words must be both attributed to its original source and parenthetically cited in APA Style.

 

 

 

 

 

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