The paper should be an argument in support of a thesis in feminist philosophy. This means, identify a thought you had about one of the readings in the course and write a paper analyzing the legitimacy of that thought. For example, perhaps you had the thought during the module on gender that gender is something that changes depending upon the cultural context. Your paper would be an argument in support of that hypothesis. At the top of your paper, you would state your hypothesis thusly: “In the following paper, I will make an argument in support of the claim that gender changes with cultural context.” The rest of the first paragraph would summarize how you arrive at that conclusion. So, the rest of the first paragraph would look something like this: “My reasons for this claim are as follows: (1) [reason 1], (2) [reason 2], and (3) [reason 3].”The bulk of the paper would be your elaboration on each of the three reasons. The paper should end with a conclusion (one to three paragraphs) summarizing what you have written to that point and highlighting the main takeaway you want the reader to have.