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Philosophical Writing at a Graduate level

Writing for philosophy graduate classes expects (at least) the following changes compared with undergraduate philosophy classes: More rigor in argumentation - you need to produce arguments that are ...
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Philosophical Writing at a Graduate level

Here's what I suggest: read good philosophy, of the rigorous kind. Good writing can be kinda learned by osmosis. Meanwhile, motivate yourself to write about things you find interesting. Try to be ...
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Philosophical Writing at a Graduate level

Good advice on the first 4 (structuring a paper) purpose (https://courses.dce.harvard.edu/~phils4/pryorguidelines.html), audience, argumentation, and narrative. But as for the fifth one style that is ...
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Is it useful to say that weak essences exist?

For what it is worth. Non-reductionist modern philosophy rejects essence as non-existent, by focusing on different aspects.
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