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Conservative Judaism. Purpose: To present an overview of the foundations and ethical principles of a religious or philosophical tradition; to summarize and evaluate the major sources of the tradition
Conservative Judaism. Purpose: To present an overview of the foundations and ethical principles of a religious or philosophical tradition; to summarize and evaluate the major sources of the tradition that contribute to how ethical/moral choices are determined. Length: The paper is to be 1500-2000 words – do not be fooled by word processor word-counts, they often count very small words, letters, numbers and citations as ‘words’ when they are not. An easy way to get a true academic word-count is to add up the major words on a single line of random text and to multiply it by the number of lines per page, then multiply the result by the number of full pages. Requirements: Facts must be supported by information obtained from your research. Sources used must be properly cited – YOU MUST USE A PROPER STYLE GUIDE (APA or MLA) to format your in-paper citations, bibliography, and the essay in general. Any use of other person’s materials or prior assignments from previous sections, terms, or online sources will result in an automatic F and an investigation into plagiarism. This assignment requires that you make use of a minimum of 4 academic sources in writing your paper; a real ‘academic’ source is something that has been peer-reviewed and published in the field – if you are uncertain if a source is proper to use you should always ask. As per the evaluation sheet, ½ of the paper will be evaluated on proper written English.What to answer and how to organize the assignment: To get full marks in each of the sections of the evaluation sheet for this assignment make sure your paper has answers to the following: Who was involved in the origins of your assigned religion/philosophy? Where did it develop? When did it start? When were major changes or developments put into place? What are the major sources of authority that it offers people for making moral/ethical choices in life? What was the time period and setting like? Was society different than today? Are certain of its sources of authority more reliable today as compared to others? How do the major ideas of this religion/tradition compared to neighboring ones? What are the strengths and weaknesses of the religion/tradition? Are there any specific subjects/issues that present large challenges to your tradition today?