A mandatory end-of-term essay, offering serious and substantive content, clearly
A mandatory end-of-term essay, offering serious and substantive content, clearly and concisely composed, in length of at least ten pages of text (not including bibliographical information and such), formatted precisely as specified below, on a topic of your design regarding any aspect of Kant’s philosophical perspective(s). Formatting, submission, and other guidelines: must be: (i) as above, serious and substantive, and clear and concise, (ii) in length at least 10 pages of text (not including bibliographical information and such like), (iii) formatted precisely as specified below, (ii) Please format your work: (i) as a single document, including (ii) no cover page, (iii) in the top left-hand corner of your first page, your first and last name, in that order, major(s) and minor(s), and your projected semester and year of graduation, (iv) an appropriately descriptive title, (v) double-spaced text, (vi) in 12 Pt Times Roman font, (vii) with one-inch margins all around, and (viii) commonsense citations (included parenthetically, for example, in footnotes or endnotes, in a bibliography, some combination thereof, and so on). (The reason for such specific formatting requirements is solely to maximize fairness in the evaluation process, by eliminating as far as possible ways in which one submission may “look better” than another.)

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