Although I am doing A2 Philosophy and have been since last year, I have no idea how tow rite an introduction. My usual approach is to panic and ramble and just not include anything substantial. This turns out one of two ways, where the introduction is about half a page long where I'm off on a tangent and just ramble, or it's Two very short sentences long.
I just don't really know what needs to be included in a introduction, is there anything specific or a type of structure that needs to be followed. Or is my usual technique of talking absolute garbage your approach too?
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- Thread Starter
- 29-02-2016 21:01
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- 02-03-2016 22:20
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