“Epistemic Virtue and the Ecological Crisis”

1) (i) outline (include subcomponents and subarguments of the overall argument) Sioui’s argument; (ii) elaborate three arguments not referenced in the piece itself (do not reference any arguments from Morito either or in the introduction or conclusion by Williston for this piece) to suggest that Sioui’s argument suffers from tensions/confusions/problems; and (iii) defend Sioui’s argument with three arguments not offered by Sioui himself or by Morito/Williston.

2) (i) outline (include subcomponents and subarguments of the overall argument) Morito’s argument; (ii) elaborate three arguments not referenced in the piece itself (do not reference any arguments from Sioui/Williston either) to suggest that Morito’s argument suffers from tensions/confusions/problems; and (iii) defend Morito’s argument with three arguments not offered by Morito himself or by Sioui/Williston.

3) With reference to the YouTube posted in lieu of a live lecture, (i) outline (include subcomponents and subarguments of the overall argument) Dr. Shiva’s argument; (ii) elaborate three arguments not referenced in the video itself to suggest that Dr. Shiva’s argument suffers from tensions/confusions/problems; and (iii) defend Dr. Shiva’s argument with three arguments not offered by Dr. Shiva herself.

4) With reference to Byron Williston’s “Epistemic Virtue and the Ecological Crisis”, (i) outline (include subcomponents and subarguments of the overall argument) Williston’s argument; (ii) elaborate three arguments not referenced in the article itself to suggest that Williston’s argument suffers from tensions/confusions/problems; and (iii) defend Williston’s argument with three arguments not offered by Williston himself in the piece.

5) (i) outline (include subcomponents and subarguments of the overall argument) Schönfeld’s argument; (ii) elaborate three arguments not referenced in the piece itself (or by Williston) to suggest that Schönfeld’s argument suffers from tensions/confusions/problems; and (iii) defend Schönfeld’s argument with three arguments not offered by Schönfeld himself (or by Williston in the prelude/afterlude) in the piece.

6) (i) outline (include subcomponents and subarguments of the overall argument) Gardiner’s argument; (ii) elaborate three arguments not referenced in the piece itself (or by Williston) to suggest that Gardiner’s argument suffers from tensions/confusions/problems; and (iii) defend Gardiner’s argument with three arguments not offered by Gardiner himself (or by Williston in the prelude/afterlude) in the piece.

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