What, in your view, is the strongest objection against Plato’s version of the Gu

What, in your view, is the strongest objection against Plato’s version of the Guise of the Good thesis? Evaluate Plato’s reply to this objection. 1. You must discuss Evans and/or Barney. 2. The paper should include the following: a. An exposition of the Platonic version of the guise of the good thesis. b. An exposition of what you take to be the strongest objection against it (you are not required to compare this objection with whatever you take to be a weaker objection.). c. A possible reply on behalf of the Platonic view. d. An evaluation of the back-and-forth. Basic Instructions 1. You must answer one and only one question. 2. Please submit the paper to D2L, under Assignment à Midterm. 3. You may use any of the usual citation styles (APA, Chicago, etc.) as long as you do it consistently. 4. Give your paper a title (this is just for fun, and won’t be graded)! Rubrics 1. Clarity 25% ? Most sentences are clear, short and to the point. Technical terms are defined, clarified, and used only when necessary. Ambiguous expressions are avoided. 2. Organization/structure 25% ? The paper has a clear thesis statement, stated early in the paper. ? The structure of the paper makes sense (e.g., the philosophical problem is introduced ? a positive proposal is put forward ? a counter-argument is considered ? an evaluation of the counter-argument is offered ? a conclusion is reached). ? The structure of the paper is made explicit (e.g., different points are separated by paragraphs; there are bridging sentences that flag and explain transitions, etc.) ? Rule of thumb: Suppose I read only the first sentence of each of your paragraphs. I should be able to understand the outline of your paper. 3. Comprehension 25% ? You can reproduce the arguments and views of philosophers we have read in your own words. ? Your questions and/or critical comments show a good understanding of what is at stake. 4. Creativity / Originality: 25% ? This portion mostly depends on the quality of the evaluative part of the paper. ? But you could also get creative with examples, or show intellectual curiosity by considering aspects of the text that we didn’t directly address, etc.
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