Can we know anything for sure about the world around us?

I need a final paper prospectus using 3 philosophers based on the topic above. what is the problem and what issues does it present. 3 resources chosen. Take a position, and what is the objection.Thinking of using Gettier problem and Thomas Nagel, but unsure how to connect them
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PHL 210 Final Project Prospectus Guidelines and Rubric
Overview: At the end of Module Three, you identified your selected topic and associated philosophers and resources for your final project paper. For this part of
the final project, you will prepare a “prospectus” of your final essay by answering the following essay questions. This prospectus is due at the end of Module
Five. The feedback you receive from your instructor on this prospectus will inform your final project essay.
Using the topic you selected four your final project essay, respond to all five of the following questions below:
1. Briefly explain the problem you have chosen. How does it arise, and what issues does it present?
2. What three resources have you chosen to use as you develop your final essay? Provide full bibliographic information AND a brief statement (three
sentences maximum) of the main point of each of them. Remember that these should be philosophers with relevant opinions on this topic.
3. What is your position on your chosen topic? State your position in one sentence and provide five sentences maximum on why you take the position you
take (your reasoning).
4. What is an objection to your own position? State the objection and explain its significance.
5. Expand on the objection you provided in question #4 in three to four sentences. This is where you go beyond your process for selecting that objection
and respond to it in terms of your position. Ensure that your response here identifies the objection, illustrates it using an example or fact from question
#2, and responds to it with not only your criteria for why your position is a logical response to this objection but uses one of the pieces of evidence or
facts from #2.
Guidelines for Submission: Each essay response must be double spaced, using 12-point Times New Roman font and one-inch margins, and must include at least
one citation. Citations must use APA or MLA format; refer to the Research/Writing area of your course in brightspace for citation resources and tools.
Instructor Feedback: This activity uses an integrated rubric in Brightspace. Students can view instructor feedback in the Grade Center.
Critical Elements
Comprehension
Exemplary (100%)
Summarizes topic fully,
explaining its importance and
the issues it presents in clear and
concise detail
Proficient (85%)
Summarizes topic, explaining its
importance and the issues it
presents with appropriate detail
Needs Improvement (55%)
Summarizes topic but requires
additional detail or organization
to clearly explain its importance
and the issues it presents
Not Evident (0%)
Summarizes topic but does not
explain its importance and the
issues it presents
Value
20
Your Position
Student’s own position is
identified, outlining logical
process that can progress into a
strong thesis statement
Student’s own position is
identified, outlining elements of
logical process that can progress
into a clear thesis statement
Counterargument
Identifies counterargument and
outlines clear logical process for
selecting the counterargument
to serve in opposition to one’s
position
Logically organizes all
components of argument and
counterargument, offering
cohesive structure
Identifies counterargument and
outlines some elements of
logical process for selecting the
counterargument to serve in
opposition to one’s position
Logically organizes all
components of argument and
counterargument, offering clear
structure
Quotes and
Sources
Offers paraphrases and quotes
that are specific to one’s position
or counterargument with all
citations in accurate format
Offers paraphrases and quotes
that are related to one’s position
or counterargument with all
citations in accurate format
Articulation
Adheres to the conventions of
grammar, punctuation, spelling,
mechanics, and usage with no
errors
Adheres to the conventions of
grammar, punctuation,
mechanics, and usage with few
errors
Structure of
Argument/
Counterargument
Student’s own position is
identified with some elements
but has gaps in logical process
that hinder progression into a
clear thesis statement
Identifies counterargument and
outlines some elements but with
major gaps in logical process for
selection
Student’s own position is
identified, but does not outline
logical process
20
Identifies possible
counterargument but does not
outline logical process for
selection
20
Logically organizes some
components of argument and
counterargument but with gaps
in organization that impact clear
structure
Offers paraphrases and quotes
with all citations in accurate
format, but it is unclear how all
are related to one’s position or
counterargument
Adheres to the conventions of
grammar, punctuation,
mechanics, and usage with some
errors
Does not logically organize most
components to offer clear
structure
20
Does not offer paraphrases and
quotes in accurate format
10
Adheres to the conventions of
grammar, punctuation,
mechanics, and usage with many
errors
Earned Total
10
100%

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