On Being Human: An Analytical Manifesto

Please identify a thesis and argument first and message me first before writing an essay.You will write an original 8-10 page analytical essay (in the genre of a manifesto) on what it means to live fully human in the modern world. You will draw from global, historical traditions of the pre-modern world and make a case for their significance in your own growth and development (or that of your peers) as a human being in the modern world. You will use this assignment to explore how you can pursue a course of action or make a positive change to live more fully human.A manifesto is a public declaration of the purpose, principles or plan of action of a group or individual. It declares ones intentions, goals, ideals, and motives, and it is a call to action; it can challenge assumptions, foster commitment, and provoke change. In other words, it identifies a problem, offers a solution, declares an intention, goal, or ideal and gives explicit directions for carrying out an action plan to solve the problem. What it means to live fully human. For the purpose of this assignment, you can think about living more fully human, in several different ways: as being self-actualized, living out your full potential as a human, or living a more meaningful, authentic, purposeful, satisfying, ideal, good and/or ______ (you fill in the blank) life.Assignment: Reflecting on class-assigned sources and integrating current scholarship, write a manifesto for living more fully and ideally human in the modern world. For this assignment you will: 1. Identify three class-assigned sources, from three different traditions, that have enriched or expanded your understanding of what it means to live fully and ideally human in the modern world? 2. Identify a problem or concern that directly interferes with your or others ability to live more fully human. 3. Make a persuasive declaration that addresses the concern you identified and provide a solution or action plan for positive change/transformation based on your selected sources. 4. Build a case (make an argument) to support your declaration and your suggested methods for achieving this transformation using the three class-assigned primary source readings and at least class two outside scholarly secondary sources (as evidence of the problem or to support the suggested action plan). What actions will you take or encourage others to take? 5. Address alternative approaches or counter-arguments that are relevant to making your argument 6. Explain the significance/implications of this manifesto: how do steps toward self- or interpersonal transformation help one become more fully human and how might this influence positive change in ones community (interpersonal relationships, classroom, campus, local, regional, nation, or global)?