To assist in this, I
need someone who has or can get access to the textbook “Great Traditions
in Ethics” 12e, ISBN-13:97849509498-2. This textbook is an absolute must
for this paper! The response paper is for chapter 13 of the book, Mills. The
book is absolutely necessary for the assignment because I need direct quotes from it and I need to identify the
claim from the text. Below are the specific instructions from the professor.
The Response Paper this
week should come from the reading on Mill (Chapter 13). We will practice
identifying the argument from the text on Mill. Your Writing to Reason
text will help you write this paper. There is no need to accomplish everything
listed below. Your primary task is to identify the claim from the reading on Mill and respond with a counter claim
of your own. The Writing to Reason text will help you write a counter
claim and argument.
the claim from the text (use an in-text citation and quote directly from
the text, be sure to add page numbers!)
the claim in your own words
- “Unpack” the argument that is developed in
the text that supports the claim – In other words how does the philosopher
support/prove the claim that you quoted?
- Offer a counter claim – How do you respond to the claim
by the philosopher?
- Develop a counter argument – In other words use a
reasoned argument to prove that your counter claim is true. Remember this
is not a research paper nor are we interested in opinion (opinions cannot
be validated). The task is to offer a reasoned argument that comes to a
- Provide relevant examples when necessary
Papers should be no less than 2 full pages and
no more than 3 full pages
(1 inch margins, double spaced, Times New Roman – only the course name and
number and the student name should appear on the first page). APA citation
style should be used where appropriate. Papers will be graded according to the
following: The paper demonstrates a mastery of the material that includes
perspectives from valid secondary sources, the paper presents an original and
defensible counter argument in response to the reading along with an
appropriate example that supports the argument.