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Of the philosophers we have studied, choose the one that intrigues you the most, for good or ill; that is, because you agree or disagree with the philosopherâ€™s views. In the case of Plato or Aristotle, you should choose some particular doctrine of his (e.g., Platoâ€™s theory of Forms or Aristotleâ€™s theory of substances) rather than try to tackle his whole philosophy. It would be a good idea to tell me what topic you have in mind before beginning work. I can let you know whether your proposed topic is likely to make a good paper, and maybe give you some advice about it.
Whatever topic you choose, make a critical assessment of the ideas it encompasses. Describe the content of the philosophy or theory (brieflyâ€”you donâ€™t have to go into great detail), and explain its strengths and weaknesses. Be sure to explain why the strengths are strengths and the weaknesses are weaknesses. Just saying, â€œI do/donâ€™t like itâ€ is insufficient. If you choose a philosophy you disagree with, be sure to recognize some of its important strengths, as well as its weaknesses. And vice versa, if you choose a philosophy you agree with, be sure to recognize some of its important weaknesses as well as its strengths.