Why God Does Not Exist

Pam, here is the comments on the one page, to use for the final paper. See attached documents for rubric. “Andrew,This version looks a lot better! Your grade on it is 4/5.If you are wanting to use this for your final paper, make sure to explain what is meant by a pointless evil. Rowe’s argument focuses on this, so you need to explain what it is and why Rowe finds these types of evils especially objectionable. The
best way would be to explain why Rowe accepts each premise individually. So, tell me why Rowe thinks God would prevent pointless evil, what pointless evil is, and why Rowe thinks it exists.Let me know if you have any questions.”

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concise? ?statement? ?of? ?what? ?path
the? ?paper? ?has? ?taken? ?to? ?its? ?final
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general? ?overview? ?of? ?what? ?the
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guidance? ?for? ?what? ?the? ?paper? ?will
cover? ?and? ?makes? ?reading? ?it
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to? ?what? ?the? ?rest? ?of? ?the? ?paper? ?is
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? This? ?section? ?presents? ?a? ?crystal
clear? ?summary? ?of? ?the
argument? ?under? ?consideration
in? ?the? ?author’s? ?own? ?words.
? An? ?accurate? ?formalization? ?of
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numbered? ?premises.
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is? ?given.
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? The? ?author? ?clearly? ?states? ?what
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? Good? ?reasons? ?are? ?given? ?for
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attack? ?is? ?false? ?or? ?that? ?the
argument? ?is? ?invalid.
? The? ?author? ?attacks? ?the
argument,? ?but? ?makes? ?it? ?unclear
what? ?part? ?they? ?are? ?attacking.
? Some? ?reasons? ?are? ?given? ?for
thinking? ?that? ?the? ?attack
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under? ?consideration.
? It? ?is? ?unclear? ?how? ?the? ?attacks
the? ?author? ?is? ?making? ?apply? ?to
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the? ?attack? ?undermines? ?the
argument? ?are? ?confusing? ?or
? No? ?attempt? ?is? ?made? ?to? ?provide
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argument? ?does? ?not? ?work.
? No? ?reasons? ?are? ?given? ?in
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? The? ?author? ?clearly? ?presents? ?a
possible? ?objection? ?to? ?the
reasons? ?given? ?for? ?rejecting? ?the
? The? ?author? ?offers? ?a? ?complete
response? ?to? ?that? ?possible
objection? ?to? ?show? ?that? ?their
attacks? ?on? ?the? ?argument? ?still
? The? ?author? ?presents? ?a? ?possible
objection,? ?but? ?makes? ?it? ?unclear
how? ?it? ?connects? ?to? ?their? ?attacks.
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objection,? ?but? ?fails? ?to? ?make? ?it
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saves? ?their? ?attacks.
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make? ?it? ?clear? ?how? ?it? ?responds
to? ?their? ?attacks.
? The? ?response? ?to? ?the? ?objection
is? ?muddled? ?and? ?confusing.
? No? ?possible? ?objection? ?to? ?the
author’s? ?attacks? ?is? ?presented.
? The? ?author? ?fails? ?to? ?respond? ?to
the? ?possible? ?objection? ?raised? ?to
the? ?attacks? ?on? ?the? ?argument.
Grammar,? ?spelling,? ?and
? The? ?paper? ?has? ?only? ?very? ?few
grammar? ?and? ?spelling
? The? ?paper? ?is? ?clearly? ?organized
by? ?section? ?headings? ?stating
what? ?each? ?section? ?is? ?about.
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? The? ?paper? ?is? ?not? ?organized? ?in
any? ?sort? ?of? ?coherent? ?fashion.
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? ? ? ? ? ?In? ?this? ?paper,? ?you? ?will? ?be? ?assessing? ?an? ?argument? ?from? ?one? ?of? ?our
readings.? ?Your? ?paper? ?will? ?have? ?four? ?important? ?parts:? ?1)? ?the? ?author’s
argument;? ?2)? ?your? ?attacks? ?on? ?the? ?argument;? ?3)? ?some? ?possible? ?objection
to? ?your? ?attacks? ?on? ?the? ?argument;? ?4)? ?your? ?response? ?to? ?this? ?possible
objection.? ?In? ?this? ?way,? ?your? ?paper? ?will? ?take? ?the? ?form? ?of? ?a? ?dialogue? ?with
each? ?section? ?outlining? ?the? ?next? ?step? ?in? ?that? ?dialogue.
Due? ?Date
? ? ? ? ? ?This? ?paper? ?will? ?be? ?due? ?by? ?11:59pm? ?on? ?Thursday? ?December? ?14th.? ?Turn
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? ? ? ? ? ?Your? ?paper? ?will? ?need? ?to? ?be? ?3-5? ?double-spaced? ?pages? ?in? ?length? ?with
12-point? ?font? ?with? ?a? ?typical? ?font? ?(Times? ?New? ?Roman,? ?Arial,? ?Cambria).
? ? ? ? ? ?Your? ?paper? ?should? ?be? ?divided? ?into? ?sections? ?that? ?go? ?along? ?with? ?each
section? ?lined? ?out? ?below.? ?Each? ?of? ?the? ?five? ?sections? ?of? ?the? ?paper? ?will? ?need
to? ?begin? ?with? ?a? ?bolded? ?title? ?that? ?states? ?what? ?that? ?section? ?is.? ?It? ?can? ?be? ?as
simple? ?as? ?“Introduction”? ?or? ?“Assessing? ?the? ?argument,”? ?but? ?feel? ?free? ?to? ?be
creative? ?and? ?have? ?some? ?fun? ?with? ?the? ?section? ?titles.
? ? ? ? ? ?No? ?specific? ?citation? ?method? ?is? ?required,? ?but? ?any? ?in-text? ?quotes? ?must
be? ?referenced? ?with? ?a? ?footnote.? ?Any? ?text? ?that? ?is? ?quoted? ?or? ?used? ?in? ?your
research? ?for? ?this? ?paper? ?must? ?be? ?cited? ?in? ?a? ?Works? ?Cited? ?page? ?at? ?the? ?end? ?of
the? ?paper.? ?This? ?Works? ?Cited? ?page? ?must? ?contain? ?the? ?work? ?that? ?contains
the? ?argument? ?you? ?are? ?attacking.
Overall? ?Organization
A. Introduction
B. Explain? ?the? ?argument
C. Assess? ?the? ?argument
D. Respond? ?to? ?possible? ?objections
E. Conclusion
? ? ?I.? ? ? ?Introduction
? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?In? ?this? ?section,? ?you? ?need? ?to? ?offer? ?a? ?general? ?roadmap? ?forward? ?for? ?the
paper.? ?You? ?don’t? ?need? ?to? ?spend? ?time? ?trying? ?to? ?grab? ?the? ?reader’s? ?attention.
Get? ?straight? ?to? ?your? ?point.? ?The? ?easiest? ?way? ?to? ?do? ?this? ?is? ?start? ?with? ?a? ?short
sentence? ?or? ?two? ?summary? ?of? ?what? ?the? ?argument? ?you? ?are? ?attacking? ?is
about,? ?and? ?then? ?write? ?one? ?sentence? ?about? ?what? ?each? ?section? ?will? ?do.? ?(“In
section? ?1,? ?I? ?will? ?summarize? ?the? ?argument.? ?In? ?section? ?2,? ?I? ?will? ?attack? ?the
argument? ?by? ?claiming? ?that? ?one? ?of? ?its? ?premises? ?is? ?false…”)
II. Explaining? ?the? ?argument
? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?In? ?this? ?section,? ?you? ?need? ?to? ?accomplish? ?two? ?goals.? ?First,? ?you? ?need? ?to
restate? ?the? ?argument? ?that? ?the? ?author? ?is? ?giving? ?in? ?your? ?own? ?words.? ?Feel
free? ?to? ?quote? ?from? ?the? ?author,? ?but? ?I? ?want? ?you? ?to? ?demonstrate? ?that? ?you
understand? ?what? ?they? ?are? ?saying? ?on? ?your? ?own? ?terms.? ?Second,? ?you? ?need
to? ?offer? ?a? ?formalization? ?of? ?the? ?argument? ?with? ?numbered? ?premises? ?that
make? ?the? ?logical? ?form? ?of? ?the? ?argument? ?clear? ?to? ?the? ?reader.
III. Assessing? ?the? ?argument
? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?In? ?this? ?section,? ?you? ?need? ?to? ?accomplish? ?two? ?goals.? ?First,? ?you? ?need? ?to
state? ?clearly? ?how? ?you? ?are? ?attacking? ?the? ?argument? ?in? ?question.? ?Use? ?your
formalization? ?to? ?make? ?this? ?clear.? ?To? ?attack? ?an? ?argument,? ?you? ?need? ?to
either? ?argue? ?that? ?one? ?of? ?its? ?premises? ?is? ?false? ?or? ?that? ?the? ?argument? ?is
invalid.? ?State? ?which? ?strategy? ?you? ?are? ?taking,? ?and,? ?if? ?it? ?is? ?the? ?former,? ?tell
the? ?reader? ?which? ?premise? ?you? ?think? ?is? ?false.? ?Second,? ?provide? ?your
reasons? ?for? ?thinking? ?that? ?your? ?attack? ?on? ?the? ?argument? ?is? ?a? ?good? ?attack.
You? ?can? ?provide? ?a? ?formal? ?argument? ?of? ?your? ?own,? ?if? ?you? ?want,? ?but? ?you? ?do
not? ?have? ?to.
IV. Responding? ?to? ?possible? ?objections
? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?In? ?this? ?section,? ?you? ?need? ?to? ?accomplish? ?two? ?goals.? ?First,? ?you? ?need? ?to
come? ?up? ?with? ?a? ?possible? ?objection? ?to? ?the? ?reason? ?you? ?gave? ?for? ?thinking
your? ?attack? ?is? ?a? ?good? ?one.? ?Imagine? ?you? ?were? ?in? ?a? ?debate? ?with? ?someone
defending? ?the? ?argument.? ?How? ?would? ?they? ?respond? ?to? ?your? ?reason?
Second,? ?you? ?need? ?to? ?respond? ?to? ?their? ?objection? ?and? ?explain? ?why? ?your
attack? ?is? ?still? ?a? ?good? ?one.
V. Conclusion
? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?In? ?this? ?section,? ?you? ?need? ?to? ?wrap? ?up? ?your? ?paper? ?in? ?a? ?succinct? ?few
sentences.? ?Readers? ?should? ?be? ?able? ?to? ?read? ?only? ?your? ?conclusion? ?and
have? ?a? ?basic? ?understanding? ?of? ?what? ?moves? ?you? ?made? ?in? ?your? ?paper.

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