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Do a quick first reading of the assigned materials in this module and respond to the following questions in this discussion. You'll find that participating in the discussion will prompt you to go back and reread portions or all of the readings. Philosophy requires reading for understanding, often necessitating reading a passage more than once and thinking about it.
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This module is on Social Philosophy, a branch of Ethics. How ought we to conduct ourselves in a social order? In today's charged political climate it is undoubtedly one of the most controversial and contentious areas of philosophy. Participation in this discussion, as in them all, requires complete objectivity. What positive rights exist for citizens of our country, whether they are presently constitutional or not? For each right you must carefully present your argument. What implication for governance does each right suggest? Be prepared to defend your reasoning and to counter-argue the reasoning of others. Any position is accepted, but reason must be free of fallacies, especially those of the ad hominem variety. Personal attacks will not be tolerated and will incur heavy deductions.
If you refer to information from the text, identify the location in parenthesis (MLA Intext Citation). In your replies, either support your fellow student's answers or kindly refute them. Analyze reasoning, pointing out strong or weak premises or reasons as well as fallacies. Philosophy is built upon successful written and spoken communication.