Discussion 2Stick to working within the context of the assigned readings for the Unit. I am not looking for simple summaries of any work of literature under discussion. Your goal is to examine, analyze, and situate the literature under discussion within the context of the ethical focus for that Unit. You must use specific examples from the literature to illustrate, exemplify, and explain your points. You must also cite at least two additional assigned readings from the Unit within the final draft (that will make a total of no less than three sources from the Unit cited in each essay). You’ll need to be making clear connections between the other readings and the literature under examination/discussion. **The citations should conform to the MLA style guide. Cite each reading as a selection in an anthology (our textbook). Style (organization, presentation, fluency, and development) along with writing skills (grammar and mechanics) work hand-in-hand with content. Substantive (thoughtful, insightful, well-considered, critically reasoned) and well written words examining Captain Vere’s dilemma in Herman Melville’s Billy Budd situated within a focus on good and evil, right and wrong in decision-making. Also, aptly integrate at least two additional sources from the chapter into your submission.• See the possible items/topics below to consider in brainstorming for and drafting your Discussion-essay (in such a short piece of writing you might not want to address all of these as your submission would either under-develop each one of them or over-develop the entire essay, given the brevity of the assignment requirements. Home in on two or three of the topics below; even one would suffice if you could effectively carve-up the larger topic into its more specific sub-topics or find relationships between topics; for example, it would be easy to associate military law and duty (deontology) and contrast that with moral sensibility, but that’s just one of many possibilities. Find your own voice. The answers are not in the back of the book, and I don’t have a solution manual either. The answers are on the pages assigned and, in your head, if you struggle hard enough to make sense of it. Use your writing to crystalize your thought. That’s what multiple drafts are for). See below:o Military lawo Moral sensibilityo Justiceo Empathyo Dutyo Fearo Motivating factorso Virtue: Truth/honestyo Consequences (consequentialism, utilitarianism)o Fatalism (determinism)o LoyaltyTopic: Good and Evil English 2300: Ethics and LiteratureText: The Moral Life Additional readings: The God Decision, Vice dressed as Virtue
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