Epistemic Meditation: For this assignment you will work on a written meditation in which you explain how you come to decide what to believe. For this, it will help to identify your firmest belief or the belief you are most confident about (even if that belief is that you know nothing!). You’ll want to take some time meditating—just like Descartes—to figure out what this is. Then, try to explain and also rationally defend your answer in a short paper.
Brain Storm: Spend some time the evening or morning before class pondering what, if anything, you think you firmly believe. Then try to figure out how you came to that belief, and how you would justify yourself to someone else. When we meet in groups in class, state your belief and explain why you believe it. Other members of the group should challenge you, but also try to help you strengthen your account. After class, briefly write up your belief, why you believe it, and then some challenges brought up during group discussion. Submit by the end of the day (should be no more than one page, 150 – 250 words). (5pts)
Epistemic Meditation, Final Version: Up to four pages, Times New Roman, Double Spaced, 12 point font, (60 pts)
Above is the requirement. The file I uploaded is my Brain Storm, and you complete this essay according to my statement.