Topic: When there is no clear right and wrong choice, how do you decide? To what principles can you turn for guidance?
Instructor Note: carefully read and follow
* Your thesis needs to specifically answer these questions: “When there is no clear right and wrong choice, how do you decide [on the right decision]? To what principles can you turn for guidance [to face and deal with an ethical dilemma]?” Keep in mind that a strong, sophisticated thesis does three things: states the topic, states your point of view on the topic, and provides a hint of reasons and/or a preview of the direction your essay will go.
* Each body paragraph topic sentence should present and argue for one criterion, one principle, that then can be supported with specific dilemmas, such as euthanasia, with personal experience, and with citations to the articles in Part One Chapter 11 (you need at least to cite from at least two of the essays in Chapter 11) to show how what you propose will work.
*Also at least one body paragraph must be a counterargument that presents at least one view that is opposite your thesis. Remember, the topic sentence needs appropriate counterargument language to indicate that you are presenting an opposing view.
*do not use second person: “you,” “you,” yourself,” etc., in your essays! The only place second person can possibly work is in an opening hook. Otherwise, I should not see it anywhere in your essay. It is too colloquial for academic writing. Use a specific noun instead.
You must use at least two of the sources in Part One Chapter 11. You can use only one additional source; make sure that it is credible source
Required final draft length 2500-3000 words (5-6 pages, not including your Works Cited page). Only MLA format is allowed
Please use Euthanasia as a support in one of your paragraphs. i have attached a draft on Euthanasia for you to review. You can also use one of the sources that i have in the rough draft and use the same quotes from that one source for your support.