Methods of Ancient Arguments (Independent Project)

Ancient Arguments
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Sep

NOTE: You have to pass these courses before you can enroll this course.

You can only take this course after completing The Methods of Ancient Arguments course. In this course you will complete an independent project based on the arguments in The Methods of Ancient Arguments. You will need to create a video which explains a historical form of argument from ancient times not covered in the in The Methods of Ancient Arguments series. The video does not need to have high production quality, but you should be confident of the information that you are presenting. You will find more information about the specific requirements on the assignment page.

Completing this assignment will give you a chance to truly test out your own philosophical arguments and, as an educator might say, attempt tasks higher up Bloom’s taxonomy, by creating, instead of just applying information. It should help you retain the content better, and expose your viewpoints to others.

I will feature top assignments in playlists on the Carneades.org YouTube channel, so if you are a philosopher that is just starting off and wants to build your audience, this is a great way to do it!

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Time: 10 weeks

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You can only take this course after completing The Methods of Ancient Arguments course. In this course you will complete an independent project based on the arguments in The Methods of Ancient Arguments. You will need to create a video which explains a historical form of argument from ancient times not covered in the in The Methods of Ancient Arguments series. The video does not need to have high production quality, but you should be confident of the information that you are presenting. You will find more information about the specific requirements on the assignment page.

Completing this assignment will give you a chance to truly test out your own philosophical arguments and, as an educator might say, attempt tasks higher up Bloom's taxonomy, by creating, instead of just applying information. It should help you retain the content better, and expose your viewpoints to others.

I will feature top assignments in playlists on the Carneades.org YouTube channel, so if you are a philosopher that is just starting off and wants to build your audience, this is a great way to do it!

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