It will have no historical depth to it and will probably propose as "new" what has been said for centuries.
So the second step in the actual writing of the paper (after the problem is posed) will be the setting forth in a brief fashion what other scholars have said.
If a paper is published, the readers are many and varied.
If a paper is done for a seminar, it may only be for a few students or a teacher.
3.1 The second half of this step is to explain why you think the problem you have posed deserves another treatment (yours) after others have already presented their solutions.Students are thus enabled to think thoughts and get insights they never knew they were capable of.1.2 The second purpose for writing research paper is to communicate your insights to somebody.Before you can even begin, you must pose a question or find a problem.Your paper should begin by posing this problem or asking your question.