1. Pick a philosophical view or issue that you understand better now than you did at the start of the course (such as a view you wrote a paper about).
2. Find a discussion of that view online that makes a mistake about that view or issue. You may use anything on the internet, though I recommend avoiding the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy and the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (neither of which make many mistakes). I do recommend looking at Wikipedia, Spark Notes, and online student paper archives (such as [url removed, login to view]).
3. In 1 page, give a quote with the mistake (citing your source, of course), and then say in one paragraph why you think it is a mistake.