Students construct an original argument about curiosity by interweaving creative interpretations of classic philosophical texts with an innovative response to a contemporary issue of their choice. Students should push their own curiosity, taking both care and risk in their thinking.
Raise an argument about curiosity and use proper professional language to state and construct the paper from western philosophic perspective. “Curiosity” or “being curious” should be the key clue goes through whole paper. Thesis about curiosity should be researched and expanded in both classic and innovative ways, or contemporary and modern concepts in order to contrast and lead to argument. Statement and thoughts should be clearly explained in paper Reference should be used and cited clearly and properly. And don’t use TOO professional words because this is a paper for collage fundamental philosophy course.