posted by Anonymous .
Hello can someone help me? Philosophy is such a different language for me, I have been reading for hours and feel like I am from another planet...
I am supposed to write a pursuasive letter to a european philosopher...
Write a persuasive, formal letter to a specific European philosopher. In the letter, argue that this philosopher is incorrect in his or her view about a particular issue.
Provide support from your readings, examples from your experience, and your own analysis to prove the philosopher wrong.
I have been reading for hours and still cannot find a philosopher that I feel that I can argue with... I'm lost.. can someone give me a couple of philopher names and reasons why you disagree with them??
thank you Bob I am just so stumped...philosophy is my weakness I can read and read for hours and feel like I have not learned a thing... it's just mumble and jumble to me..
If this is the for the same class I am in you have to concentrate on the Philosophers mentioned in Chapter 8, this is the period after day 1850.