Write a research paper on the topic, “What did Socrates think about people?”

Write a research paper on the topic, “What did Socrates think about people?”Criteria from Professor: When constructing your essay, think of your reader as someone who needs your help; you are your thinker’s representative. Your essay will serve as a tutorial: Be sure your essay is fully formed, i.e., introductory remarks, summaries, and analyses. When formulating your position, be sure to make your argument clear. Organize your thoughts so they are expressed on paper as a coherent whole. Given the constraints of the exam format, you’ll probably write a minimum of four and a maximum of six paragraphs. These should ‘hang together’ in a way that’s easy to follow; there is a clear progression of ideas. Write intelligibly: sentences must be grammatical and cohesive. Choose your words carefully. You’re constructing ideas for your reader in this assignment. Orient your essay around a single point you want to make, using your thinker(s) concepts and argument(s) as evidence. Be sure to present, describe, and explain significant concepts and their relations: -Describe important concepts and lines of reasoning, e.g., ‘He says this, he argues that.’ -Explain important concepts and lines of reasoning, e.g., ‘This is what he means by this and that.’ -Connect important concepts and lines of reasoning to your thesis, e.g., ‘So, this is why…’ In addition, material from any outside (i.e., secondary) sources is not allowed, and do not use quotes from the primary source material longer than several words; the assignment is to read what you have to say about the text. When you do quote the text, however, be sure to enlist the appropriate punctuation. As a reminder, be sure to construct grammatical sentences that: -introduce and describe important terms or concepts; -summarize the central (or relevant) argument; -explain the important terms or concepts; -explain the central (or relevant) argument Word Count between 850-1100