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Choose one (1) of the three (3) reading selections from the list of topic
> choices below (mine is highlighted in brown). Read the selection in the
> textbook. Write a three to four (3-4) paragraph essay (300 words) which
> analyzes the “surprise ending” of the reading selection.
> Topic Choices
> – Reading selection from Descartes’ Discourse on the Method (Part IV).
> Descartes begins with the problem of being able to prove his own
> but ends up with an argument proving the existence of God. Read more
> the Discourse on the Method located at
> – Reading selection from Swift’s A Modest Proposal. Swift begins with
> offering the solution that the English could do things which might solve
> the problem of overpopulation and the mistreatment of citizens in
> It ends by offering the solution that an internal change in the Irish
> government would best solve the problem of overpopulation and a populace
> victimized by its own government. Read more about A Modest Proposal
> at .
> – Two (2) reading selections from Voltaire’s Candide. The story begins
> by acknowledging the foolishness of the superstitious traditions held by
> the people in the city of Lisbon but ends by confirming Voltaire’s
> that religion in general is equally based in false superstitions. For
> reading selection you choose: 1. Clearly state in your own words the
> “surprise ending” in the reading you selected. Identify the point in the
> reading when you realized that the ending would be different from what
> beginning of the reading suggested that it would be. 2. Since you were
> expecting a different ending, evaluate how successful the author was in
> convincing you to accept the validity of the “surprise ending” that was
> clearly suggested at the beginning.
> For the reading selection you choose:
> 1. Clearly state in your own words the “surprise ending” in the reading
> you selected. Identify the point in the reading when you realized that
> ending would be different from what the beginning of the reading
> that it would be.
> 2. Since you were expecting a different ending, evaluate how successful
> the author was in convincing you to accept the validity of the “surprise
> ending” that was not clearly suggested at the beginning.
> include references and APA formatting
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Descartes starts his arguments by explaining how difficult it is to exist, but changes this argument towards the end. After realizing that it was not easy to change the thoughts that were in his mind, he found it appropriate to identify an alternative that he would use to prove his …
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