can someone write this 600 to 700 word assignment for me (philosophy)
****** IMPORTANT: Writer must have acess to the book "Existentialism, Basic Writings second edition" as that is where you must pull the 5 quotes from
In this second assignment you will compare and contrast Nietzsche and Heidegger. You have three major tasks:
1. State a contrastive and argumentative thesis in which you relate the thoughts of Nietzsche and Heidegger.
2. Analyze 5 short passages (at least two from each philosopher) that relate to your thesis
3. Formulate a conclusion in which you explicitly relate back to your thesis and tie the different points you made together.
- Only state a thesis (thus, without an introduction)
- Use short quotations and use a proper format of citation
- Learn from your previous essay: look carefully at the comments and rubric (during the semester grading will become harder)
- Length: no more than 700 words and no less than 600 words
- Is the thesis statement clearly formulated?
- Does the thesis relate to both philosophers (Nietzsche and Heidegger)?
- Does the thesis contain an argumentative and a contrastive component?
- Are 5 short quotes and at least 2 for each philosopher included?
- Is a proper method of citation used?
- Do all the quotes relate to the thesis?
Analysis of the quotes:
- Are all the quotes analyzed in detail?
- Are all the quotes explicitly tied back to the main thesis?
- Does the conclusion relate the different quotes?
- Does the conclusion return to the thesis?
- Does the assignment answer the question?
- Is it clearly written without grammar and spelling errors?
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