â€œhow the senses are spiritual, or not.â€ You can select one of the senses we have engaged in class, or put
together a more collective approach to the answer. The best approach will include an engagement
with one of the scholars/concepts as either a point of entry or a conversational partner in your
video. You should present your argument in this manner:
1. Background – Who are you? Why does this topic matter to you? Who is the scholar, and or
concept you are engaging? How does s/he present this concept?
2. Argument – A well structured argument that has: a clearly stated side; clearly defined terms,
i.e. what key terms do you need to define for your argument?; a beginning, middle, and end.
Each sentence/statement should be built off the previous. (Think, how can what I am saying
3. Explore a counter – Where are the holes in your argument? How can your argument be
4. What is the conclusion?
(around 1500 words; use 5 sources)