This essay focuses on What is Enlightenment.
Assignment: In “What is Enlightenment?” Immanuel Kant explains how individuals and societies can grow to be “enlightened.”
Assignment: In “What is Enlightenment?” Immanuel Kant explains how individuals and societies can grow to be “enlighten.” Much of what Kant has to say can be apply to events taking place in the American colonies and it is likely that American thinkers such as Benjamin Franklin and Thomas Jefferson were greatly influence by Enlightenment think such as that present in Kant’s essay. In your paper, define Enlightenment in the way in which Kant uses the term and discuss how this idea fits with the US Declaration of Independence.
, according to Kant? What are unalienable rights and how do they relate to the period of the Enlightenment? Do you believe (use evidence to back your opinion) that the US Declaration of Independence represents what Kant later means by becoming enlightened and “mature”? Explain.
In the Declaration, who is guarantee freedom? Is this guarantee kept after the Revolutionary War? In your paper, be sure to include specific references to both primary texts – Kant’s “What is Enlightenment?” and the US Declaration of Independence. In your paper, assume that your reader is already familiar with Kant’s essay and therefore, does not need a lengthy summary of the primary text (no more than ½ page in length). Avoid writing in first person. In addition, you are require to use at least two outside sources (in addition to the primary text) for this paper. Your sources must come from the library resources (books or databases) or other college-level, scholarly works. No websites may be used unless I have approve the source in advance.
I am here to assist you if you cannot locate appropriate sources. Please note that ALL papers in this course require academic research and writing. A paper submission that does not contain research cannot earn a grade higher than a D. All submissions should be original to the author and submitt for the first time for this course (if you want to submit a paper – or portions of a paper – that you have previously submitt in another course, please consult me first). There are writing tips and information on how to use Chipola’s library databases in the Course Information Module on Canvas.
You should also use Chipola’s research guides as need: http://chipola.libguides.com/ (Links to an external site.) . Total word minimum: 800 words (3-4 pages) Worth: 100 points and 10% of your final grade Grading criteria: To receive the full possible points, papers must: meet the word minimum. be on topic. be write thoughtfully and carefully . be your own original analysis.
incorporate appropriately cited scholarly research to support your own ideas. Well-written essays enable a reader to understand the writer’s intended meaning. Effective writing is focuse on the topic; has an organizational pattern (“arrangement of argument”) that enables the reader to follow the flow of ideas; contains supporting ideas develop through the use of details, examples, source references, and vivid language;
includes a variety of sentence structures; and follows the grammatical conventions of punctuation, capitalization, spelling, and standard American English. Be sure to cite all outside sources you use (including the textbook) using MLA formatting and including page numbers. Make sure that your work includes BOTH in-text citations and a Works Cited page. MLA Guidelines: https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/research_and_citation/mla_style/mla_style_introduction.htm
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