PhilosophyPrompt: Write a pape

PhilosophyPrompt: Write a paper that first argues that there ought to be a rule against using CEDs in education because using CEDs thwarts the attainment of one or more of the internal goods of the practice. Second, give an objection to your argument.Strategy Paragraph (10 points)In this paper, I explore whether there ought to be a rule that prohibits the use of CEDs in educational contexts. I first argue that a rule prohibiting the use of CEDs ought to exist because using CEDs thwarts the attainment of one or more of the internal goods (be sure to state which of the internal goods you are going to focus on) of the educational practice. I next object to the claim that there ought to be a rule against taking CEDs. I show that blah blah (insert the main claim of your argument).Argument: (50 points)Your argument should:1. Persuade the reader that there ought to be rules prohibiting behaviors that thwart the attainment of the internal goods of the practice. Use examples to make this point.2. Present a discussion of the educational practice and the goods internal to it. Don?t just list the internal goods; persuade the reader that these are in fact the internal goods of education.3. Persuade the reader that taking CEDs thwarts the attainment of at least one of the internal goods of the educational practice. Don?t just assert that using CEDs thwarts the attainment of an internal good; persuade the reader that it does.4. Make sure you sum up your argument. Draw out the implications of what you have said. Do the logic for your reader. Don?t make her do it herself.Objection (40 points)One possible objection: Imagine that you argued above that taking CEDs thwarts the attainment of internal good A. In your objection, argue that internal good A is not in fact an internal good of the educational practice. Thus the above argument does not show that there ought to be a rule prohibiting use of CEDs.Another possible objection: Imagine that you argued above that taking CEDs thwarts the attainment of internal good A. Admit that A is an internal good of the practice but argue that it is just false that taking CEDs thwarts the attainment of internal good A. Thus the above argument does not show that there ought to be a rule prohibiting use of CEDs.!

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