1. Begin with a question raised directly in one of the essays in Modern Ethics in 77 Arguments. 

You might start with an essay title (such as “How Should We Respond to ‘Evil?'”) or a question raised in the body of an essay (such as “…when, if ever, is it right to vote simply for the sake of your own self-interest?”). 

Write an essay addressing the moral question by arguing a position of your own. Research the topic and incorporate 3-4 credible sources (the essay in which the question is raised may be used as a source) to provide accurate information and reliable argumentative support.