you have to tell me what it is. (I'm not a mind reader.)
please make it terse---a paragraph
or two, not a chapter, or anything like a chapter.
(I have to read the passage side by side with your outline,
to check that the latter correctly represents the argument in the former.)
My experience is that attempts to outline longer stretches of text
don't generally work out well.
Aug. 22 (for those of you who have already taken a class
from me, who know what these outline
assignments -- not the same as microcommentary assignments!
-- are supposed to
look like, and who want to get an early start): Lenman,
p. 360, either from "But this does not help" until
the end of the para., or from "If consequentialism
is to be a theory..." to the end of the para. (on the