I need a 3-4 page essay for an assignment and I need it within 18 hours. You will have to present a clear argument that has been defended in an article (attached file) on a topic pertaining to information ethics with all the sources cited
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"The critical essay must be typed, double spaced, in 12 point type with 1" margins in Times New Roman, or Times font. The essay should be at least 3 pages long and not longer than 7 pages.
The essay should contain these 2 parts:
Clearly present (explicate) the author's position and arguments (if the author gives a number of arguments then pick one or two that you consider to be the most central). Be sure to explain what conclusion(s) they are arguing for and what evidence or support they give for their conclusion(s). This is not a book report. Emphasis should be on identifying and presenting the central argument(s).
Give, in your view, the most damaging criticism of the argument or position explicated in Part I. Be sure to develop your criticism in some detail. Where exactly does the author go wrong? What empirical claims (matter of fact claims) do they make that are false if any? Do not use the shotgun method — don't briefly mention five or six problems, develop one or two in detail. If there are multiple arguments offered by the author, pick one
The Critical Essay has two parts that are tightly linked. In Part I an argument is presented and defended. In Part II the argument given in Part I is directly critiqued. A direct critique attacks a premise (showing it to be false or improbable) of an argument to undermine the argument's soundness, or the validity of the argument structure.
1. Part I of the Critical Essay:
Here is Smith's argument for X.
Premise 1. Such and so is the case.
Premise 2. This or that is true.
Premise 3. If such and so is true and this or that is true, then X is true.
Conclusion. So it follows that X is true.
Discussion of premises and conclusion, what cases does the author give to support the argument, what evidence is given, etc. etc.
2. Part II of the Critical Essay:
The most damaging problem for Smith's argument for X is that premise 1 is false, or premise 2 is false, or premise 3 is false, or the argument is invalid (it is not truth-preserving -- the premises may be true but the conclusion still false).
Here is why I think that premise 1 is false. . . . . . . or premise 2 is false etc. etc."
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