The paper should be 4-5 pages long but no more than 10. By ‘argumentative’ I mean your positions, thoughts, and arguments towards a philosophical problem. The bulk of the paper should consist of your arguments and positions. Note that no papers will even qualify for an A unless they are reasonably free of grammatical and spelling errors as well as ill-formed sentences. To be considered for an A or a B, your paper must be more than a textbook-style summary. Superior papers will accomplish one or more of the following goals:a. Explore the topic in some depth instead of painting a broad picture. b. Attempt to assess the strengths and weaknesses of the positions discussed. c. Show familiarity with the different critical interpretations of the theory or author in question.d. Argue a position or present some sort of conclusion.