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Essays and Arguments: Table of Contents
Essays and Arguments: A Handbook on Writing Argumentative and Interpretative Essays (Ian Johnston)
phil_student 
july 2013 by arnow
How the Language Really Works: The Fundamentals of Critical Reading and Effective Writing
Dan Kurland geeft aanwijzingen voor het kritisch lezen en interpreteren van teksten door analyse van de keuzes van de auteur met betrekking tot de inhoud, taal en structuur van de tekst.
reading  writing  phil_student  argumentation-reasoning-logic 
july 2013 by arnow
Tips On How To Write Philosophy Essays | Richard Price - Academia.edu
Notwithstanding its title, this paper is mostly about developing your own thoughts on the basis of the papers you are reading. Highly recommended.
phil_student 
july 2013 by arnow
How to write a philosophy paper (by Carla Bagnoli)
Goede tips voor het schrijven van een filosofisch betoog. Kort maar zeer krachtig.
phil_student 
july 2013 by arnow
How to do philosophy (Jeff McLaughlin)
useful tips about following lectures, reading and writing
phil_student 
july 2013 by arnow
Wát je zegt en hóe je het zegt
Vaardighedenreader bachelor filosofie UU
phil_student 
october 2008 by arnow
The Pink Guide to Taking Philosophy Classes
A fun guide for students taking their first philosophy course. Includes tips about philosophy in general, reading, writing, and revising
phil_student 
september 2008 by arnow
Undergraduate Philosophical Writing (Martin Young)
"Most students have no idea how to write for a philosophy class. The smart students realize this and try to do something about it. The dumb ones think that what got “A”s in high school will get “A”s in college, and if they get an “F” it’s the instructor’s fault. This manual is for the smart students. The basic rule of writing for a philosophy class is to take a position and support it with arguments. This means taking a position that can be supported. Leave your usual way of thinking at the door. You don’t have to agree with anyone else. You do have to be able to support what you say with evidence and argument."
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september 2008 by arnow

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