Essay 3: Choose either Rogers or Purdy. Read, or reread, the essay, consider the issues that it raises, and then go to the library and find two essays dealing with the same subject.

Essay 3:  Choose either Rogers or Purdy.  Read, or reread, the essay, consider the issues that it raises, and then go to the library and find two essays dealing with the same subject.  (I recommend using the databases available through the library website to find these essays.)  Then write an essay that deals with the same subject as the essays you chose.  Your essay should advance an original thesis on the topic, and offer a critique of all three articles as a method of arriving at your conclusions.  Please be sure to not simply restate the thesis of one or both of the articles, but to argue your own original thesis, and make the case for that thesis through a careful analysis of each essay under review.  (No forum responses are necessary for this essay.)    (Six Pages)
ROGERS: http://bostonreview.net/forum/brishen-rogers-basic-income-just-society
Purdy:http://bostonreview.net/forum/jedediah-purdy-new-nature
SJCC library database: http://www.sjcc.edu/current-students/library/databases
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These essays should utilize outside sources whenever called for, and these sources, as well as those from the syllabus, should be cited utilizing MLA formatting.
All essays MUST be at least the minimum page length (six pages) in order to receive credit.  Essays must be typed, double-spaced, with 12 point standard font (i.e. Times New Roman) and one-inch margins.
RUBRIC
An “A” paper has the following characteristics:
1) A clear main idea/thesis.
2) Original and thoughtful ideas.
3) Well-developed paragraphs that are focused, support the main idea/thesis, and explore/explain the ideas with sufficient details.
4) Few, if any, proofreading errors.
5) Adherence to all assignment guidelines, including page length and format.
A “B” paper has the following characteristics:
1) A clear main idea/thesis.
2) Original and thoughtful ideas.
3) Paragraphs that are focused, support the main idea/thesis and explore/explain the ideas with sufficient details, but may not be as developed as those in an “A” paper.
4) May contain some proofreading errors (more than in an “A” paper), but these errors do not interfere with overall clarity.
5) Adherence to assignment guidelines, including page-length requirements, but may contain minor formatting errors.

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