Write a paper in which you, among other things, discuss the argument or position promoted in some source you have selected.

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Read some interesting articles or passages with arguments or positions about some controversial topic in ethics, sports ethics, or the philosophy of sports in general. Then do the following:
Write a paper in which you, among other things, discuss the argument or position promoted in some source you have selected. Be sure to present quotations of the passages from which you extracted the selected argument or position. Cite your source(s).
In as clear a manner as possible, present the selected argument or position. Provide some background material on the moral (or philosophical) controversy that the argument or position is allegedly being used to resolve. Explicitly identify the conclusion of any relevant argument you discuss: either an argument you are studying or one you a presenting against some position. Explain as clearly as you can how the conclusion is supposed to be derived. Explain the reasoning underlying the premises utilized by the author of the argument. Your term paper must contain an argument. This is an argument paper.
Evaluate the argument. Do you believe that the argument is sound? If so, briefly explain why. If not, indicate where and why you believe that the argument falters. And even if you believe the argument to be sound, present an objection to it anyway. (This might be a nice place to utilize the “insights” of a second source.) Explain either why you do or don’t believe that the objection successfully undermines the argument. You must present objections to the central position of your paper as well as replies to those objections.
Be sure to provide an introduction for your paper. In your introduction, state precisely what you plan to do in the body of the paper; that is, present a conceptual map of your essay in the introduction. Make sure that your plan matches the body of the paper.