A. Discover pertinent information through research in newspapers, magazines, Trine database, song lyrics, television, podcasts,
information in other classes, from your faith life, or any other experience.
B. Your journal entry MUST include AT LEAST ONE of the following:
1. Discussion of a personal experience, observation, and/or something you’ve read.
2. Magazine or newspaper clippings that illustrate the concept, plus a brief explanation.
3. Quotations (include sources)
C. Think and write about your evidence in the entry. Here are some thought-starters:
1. Why do people feel or act the way they do about this given topic?
2. Has it always been viewed this way throughout history or have perspectives varied through different time periods?
3. Do all people view it similarly?
a. men and women?
b. rich and poor?
c. different races?
d. Americans and non-Americans?
e. educated and non-educated?
f. other categories of your choosing
D. End with an overall expression of your philosophy about the topic presented.
Philosophical Journal Format Requirements:
1. Write in Times New Roman, 12 pt. font.
2. Word document – submit on Moodle. There will be an assignment spot for each week’s journal.
3. Do all parts of the journal (A through D). Parts B thorough D will need to be 8-10 sentences for a unified paragraph.
4. Spelling, grammar, punctuation, and expression of ideas count.
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