Can you write me 700-800 word and 1000-1200 word papers for me? I will tell attach the reading/assignment questions after I hire you.

Can you write me 700-800 word and 1000-1200 word papers for me? I will tell attach the reading/assignment questions after I hire you.
Essay List # 3 (Political Theory) Here is the final list of Essay Questions/Topics for this introductory course in Political Theory. Your task is now to choose just one more question/topic to work on and write up as your FINAL PAPER, after you have finished your 2nd short essay (Due: June 29). The length requirement for this one will also be: c.600 – 1,300 (plus) words – and I would appreciate it if you could provide me with an accurate word-count, for both your 2nd and final essays. Remember – you are also permitted to choose another question/topic from either of the previous handouts – if you so prefer. And to remind you again – if you would like to compose your own title based closely on (or around) any of the suggestions (some will need editing anyway), perhaps by summarizing, contrasting and discussing some of the ideas of two or more writers, then please feel free to do so – as long as you clearly indicate the origin on your title page: e.g.: Essay List #____No.:____. (if you would like to attempt this, I would prefer you to consult with me first.) Please remember all the important rules: NO PLAGIARISM whatsoever/clear and accurate APA in-text citations throughout/Full details of all sources in “References”/Double-spaced/Title page/Page numbers (to begin AFTER the Title page/Your OWN thoughts, ideas and discussion based upon your well-referenced reading and research /and so on. Both 2nd and Final essays to be sent in the usual way, as ordinary WORD-FILE attachments, to my general email address: [email protected] DEADLINE: Midnight, Tuesday, July 26 Describe and discuss some of the pros and contra arguments about Utilitarianism, which you have begun studying in Chapter 4 of Raymond Plant’s “Modern Political Thought”. Which version of Utilitarianism do you prefer – Jeremy Bentham’s or John Stuart Mill’s? Do you think that the distinctions between “Act” and “Rule” Utilitarianism help to render it a more viable and workable framework for Public Policy? Explain and defend your objections to Utilitarianism. If you are familiar with some of the work of any recent or contemporary Utilitarian philosophers (or those who have some empathy with Utilitarian ideas), such as Peter Singer, J.J.C. Smart, Amartya Sen, Derek Parfiit or Robert E. Goodin, for example (among many others) – please describe and either defend or critique their ideas (or a combination of the two.) If you have read and made notes on (or are in the process of reading and making notes on) Chapter 5: “The Claims of Need and Politics” please give a short and clear summary and discussion of some of Raymond Plant’s arguments and analysis here. Choose your focus. (You may of course, also draw on other sources in your discussion, if you wish to do so.) If you have read and made notes on (or are in the process of reading and making notes on) Chapter 6: “Liberty, Interests and Morality” please give a short and clear summary and discussion of some of Raymond Plant’s arguments and analysis here. Choose your focus. (You may of course, also draw on other sources in your discussion, if you wish to do so.) If you have read and made notes on (or are in the process of reading and making notes on) Chapter 7: “Rights and the State” please give a short and clear summary and discussion of some of Raymond Plant’s arguments and analysis here. Choose your focus. (You may of course, also draw on other sources in your discussion, if you wish to do so.) If you have read and made notes on (or are in the process of reading and making notes on) Chapter 8: “Justice, Punishment and the State” please give a short and clear summary and discussion of some of Raymond Plant’s arguments and analysis here. Choose your focus. (You may of course, also draw on other sources in your discussion, if you wish to do so.) If you have read and made notes on (or are in the process of reading and making notes on) Chapter 9: “Political Philosophy on Dover Beach? Reasoning, Context and Community” please give a short and clear summary and discussion of some of Raymond Plant’s arguments and analysis here. Choose your focus. (You may of course, also draw on other sources in your discussion, if you wish to do so.) (Shorthand essay titles for Numbers 6 – 10 might be, for example: A Summary and Discussion of Chapter ____. “_________________________________________”.) I sincerely hope and trust that these studies in Modern Political Thought by Professor Raymond Plant have stimulated and deepened your interest in these extremely interesting and fundamentally important areas of study on the political aspects of the Human Condition. To reiterate what I stated in my initial handout of study guidelines and essay questions: I believe that sufficient seeds will have been sown to stimulate your powers of intellectual curiosity, which will encourage you to continue reading and re-reading both this book and many others. And to quote once more from Plant’s statement in his Preface: This book has two interrelated aims. The first is to introduce students to debates in modern political philosophy. Of course, this cannot be done in a comprehensive way in one volume. I hope, however, that I have surveyed sufficient of the field and have discussed a wide enough range of arguments and styles of thinking for students to go on to work for themselves on these and other topics within the discipline. The second aim of the book is to introduce students to some of the differences in methodology within political philosophy as it is currently practiced.” Finally, I would like to exhort you all to: Keep an open mind about all things Read widely and voraciously Make intellectual connections between all academic disciplines Never stop asking difficult questions Good luck with all of your studies and future career, and remember – our on-going Liberal Education never ends. And finally, if I may be permitted to paraphrase a certain Professor Marx: “BOOKWORMS OF THE WORLD UNITE! YOU HAVE ONLY YOUR IGNORANCE TO LOSE!” Garth A. Warries June 23, 2015
Can you write me 700-800 word and 1000-1200 word papers for me? I will tell attach the reading/assignment questions after I hire you.
Japan’s I.R. Essay List # 2: Remember – you are free to choose the theme of your 2nd and 3rd essays for this course from either List I or List II. You may modify/create your own title, as long as it is clearly based upon one of the Questions/Topics: 1 – 18. (Please also include the question number on your title page.) As before, please choose only ONE question/topic to work on, for each essay. The Deadline for Essay 2: June 30. The Deadline for Essay 3: July 26. (Aim to write between c.1,000 – 3,000 words for each essay.) (I would appreciate it if you could include an accurate wordcount.) As always – send your essay as either an ordinary word-file attachment (preferred), or a pdf, to my personal email address: [email protected] 15.) From your reading and study so far of Part III of the textbook: “Japan – East Asia relations” (pp. 157 – 253), what do you currently deem to be some (or one) of the most important areas and issues for reflection and research? (Choose one – or more – areas, and proceed with summary, discussion and analysis.) You may, of course, also refer to additional, relevant materials in your answer – but this is optional. 16.) From your reading and study so far of Part IV of the textbook: “Japan – Europe relations” (pp. 255 – 309), (and DITTO). 17.) From your reading and study so far of Part V of the textbook: “Japan – global Institutions” (pp. 311 – 381), (and DITTO). 18.) From your reading and study so far of Part VI of the textbook: “Japan’s International Relations – what’s next?” (pp. 383 – 396), (and DITTO).