Expert Answer:Aristotelian Ethics

Answer & Explanation:This is an argumentative analysis paper of the philosopher, Aristotle. Select one of the prompts discussing prompts related to Aristotle and his “Nicomachean Ethics” text, which should be used to cite from. 5 pages double spaced.
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Philosophical Ethics (PHIL-3000-R11)
Second Paper
Professor Daugs
New Due Date: Sunday, November 17th by 11:59pm
Please choose one of the following prompts:


Aristotle gives two descriptions of the highest good (also known as the “best good”), one in Book I and another in
Book X. To what extent are these two descriptions of the highest good consistent or inconsistent with each other?
That is, to what extent do they fit together or not fit together? Why? To answer the prompt, you should include: what
Aristotle says the highest good is in Book I; how he gets to that description of the highest good in Book I from the
function of a human being; what he says is the highest good in Book X; and how he gets to that description. Make
sure to ultimately argue (“your thesis”) whether you think these descriptions are consistent or inconsistent and to use
the text to defend your argument.
How does Aristotle define virtue? Be sure to unpack all the key features of virtue of character in Book II. Do you
think that virtue of character is an effective standard for ethics? Why or why not? (Consider all the key features of
virtue here, and whether it is easy or difficult to be virtuous for Aristotle.) Drawing on examples (either ones we have
discussed or ones we have not) in Aristotle or Hursthouse can help to answer the italicized question. Make sure to
ultimately argue (“your thesis”) whether or not Aristotle’s definition of virtue of character is a good standard for
ethics and to use the text to defend your argument.
Guidelines for the paper:
This paper is an argument analysis paper. An argument analysis paper is one in which you critically examine a
philosopher’s argument on a specific topic. For this paper, you are examining Aristotle. You should both examine and
articulate Aristotle’s argument regarding the specific topic identified in the prompt (either on the highest good or on virtue
of character), and you should provide an argument of your own in which you evaluate Aristotle’s argument. When
developing your evaluation, focus on the italicized questions in the prompts. Also, make sure you use textual evidence and
reasons. Providing textual evidence and reasons means that you cannot merely state your opinion. I expect you to really
engage with Aristotle, and spend time developing a nuanced argument in which you evaluate his argument.
Your paper should have an introduction that includes your thesis based on the italicized questions I list in each of the
prompts. Your paper should also have a clear conclusion summarizing what you accomplished in your paper. In the body
of your paper, you should outline Aristotle’s argument on the specific topic, and then argue for your evaluation. In order
to do this, you will need to re-read the Nicomachean Ethics more than once, and make sure to include strategic quotations
and citations.
I also encourage you to visit my office hours to discuss any questions or confusions you may have as you begin writing.
The Writing Center is also a great resource.
Requirements:






Five full pages.
1-inch margins; double-spaced; Times New Roman, size 12 font; page numbers in the upper right-hand corner.
Descriptive (or funny) title.
Citations and Works Cited Page: please use whichever style format you prefer but do be consistent. Note: no outside
research is expected or required. Just use Nicomachean Ethics. But do make sure you properly attribute Aristotle.
Do not put your name on the paper, only use your Student ID (so I can grade anonymously). Please also save your
paper as your Student ID (like I have asked for the other assignments).
Edit: make sure to re-read and edit your paper. Aristotle is difficult to understand, so it is important that you write
about him as clearly as possible. Bad grammar and unclear syntax negatively impact the clarity of your paper.
Submission instructions:
You should submit your paper by Sunday, November 17th at 11:59pm. To submit your paper, email it to me
(gdaugs@fordham.edu) as a Word document with no identifying information, i.e., anonymous.

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