or this particular essay you are asked to present your unique focused claim, agreement or disagreement, in response to the following quotation:
“Work is a good thing for man – a good thing for his humanity – because through work man not only transforms nature, adapting it to his own needs, but he also achieves fufillment as a human being and indeed in a sense becomes ‘more a human being.'”
Your response should be based on your understanding of the courseâ€™s common text, as well as our class discussions and readings, your own experiences, and your own thinking about the theme of this seminar: â€œWork and Leisure: Striking a Balance.â€ Be sure to support your response with ample relevant examples from the Encyclical, as well as class resources and outside sources. Fully explain your examples, and cite them using in-text parenthetical citation (MLA) format.
Your essay should be fully developed, six typed pages in length (approximately 1,600 words, double-spaced, 12 point font, with one-inch margins, and MLA format). Include a Works Cited page. I will not accept a paper that is less than 6 full authored pages of content.
Your essayâ€™s final grade ,will be determined by your ability to organize, develop, and support your original argument by integrating evidence from various texts and your own experiences, as well as negotiating (i.e., acknowledging, accommodating, or refuting) opposing views/counter argumentâ€”consider, in other words, â€œdiverse responsesâ€ to the question you are addressing while making connections across disciplines.
check the upload I give you some of the work I did earlier, to have ideas and to go from there. take this ideas and make out some stroy after knowing what the books talking about. please be realistic,
Sabbath by Wayne Muller