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...argument: Crito To argue against escaping the prison, Socrates firstly accepts two premises which Crito can’t deny: that only a good (moral, virtuous) life is valuable, and that a good (moral, virtuous) are the same things with justice. Thus, Socrates formulates the argument: Is it a just thing to escape prison against Athenians will? The unjust decision will also be a bad decision, and will deprive Socrates life of value. Firstly, Socrates asks and Crito confirms that unjust thing is unjust under any circumstances, even when responding on injustice. Then, Socrates refers to a premise and Crito confirms that such an unjust decision will be a bad as there’s no difference between bad... Socrates...
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...argument... Is hip-hop a positive or negative force in modern society? Hip-hop has had a bad press lately. Hip-hop artists are stereotypically associated with drug taking and gun crime, while certain lyrical content has been perceived as aggressive, misogynistic and offensive. The already degenerate youth of today, if we believe the press, are being further corrupted by this under-belly of popular music. Violence amongst young people, it is claimed, is becoming increasingly common and hip-hop is partly to blame. However, not everyone sees it quite like that. Despite its negative press, hip-hop has also been seen as a creative outlet for urban youth and a musical form which they can relate to. It reflects ...
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...Argument The unique differences between federalism and anti-federalism should be understood. This is the only possible way to draw a clear cut line between how to actively deal with the issues of immigration, ultimately leading to either stricter or lenient immigration policies (Proudhon 4). Federalism refers to a scenario where partial self governing states operate under a central regime. At this level, the federates and the central government have powers that are dictated by law, and cannot be negated or ignored by either party. Anti-federalism refers to a scenario where state governments are accorded more powers. The powers are crafted to ensure that the president does not apply or enjoy... Argument...
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...argument, the minority groups are sidelined in terms of accessing higher education. In terms of progressive development, gaps are still noticeable in respect of education accessed by the males and females. In this regard, it seems the girl child still lag behind when considering right to education... ?Debate continues to emerge regarding the progress of higher education in America. While there is a school of thought that believe much needs to be done to improve the education system, there are those who argue the education system is on the right track. Scholars who argue for improvement in the education system are of the thought that higher education in America is not inclusive. According to their...
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...arguments in his essay is the idea that Zen is actually a religion and not just a philosophy. He talks about how one cannot be detached from Zen and think about it in a rational... Zen Zen is an interesting philosophy that has developed over many centuries. At its heart, Zen wishes to step back from the world as it is and meditate on the one-ness of the universe. For some, Zen offers a respite from the difficulties and problems of the modern world, for others it is little more than a funny joke. In his essay on this fascinating topic, Highlet shows himself to be a true believer. He describes his own relationship with Zen and shows why he thinks Zen can be more than a philosophy. One of Highlet’s main ar...
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...Argument It is everybody’s dream to attain higher levels of academic excellence. Post-secondary education is considered a valuable achievement in almost all the Western countries. Accomplishment in schooling is connected with the attainment of higher levels of intellectual qualification. Thousands of people are registering for admissions in universities for undergraduate and postgraduate courses (Useem & Miller, 126). Education levels beyond the age of 16 years are however not regarded compulsory. Many individuals and organizations keep claiming that higher education is a right and not a privilege. In my opinion, higher education is never a right, but a privilege for...
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...argument based on various ethical, legal and organizational theories, which will negate the delusion of employee rights to privacy while performing their jobs. Along with these, some managerial implications will also be discussed. This paper begins with the basic argument that organizations are forced... employees within the boundaries of their job description. The above argument may appear to be vicious. However, scholars must attempt to understand the basic goal of the organization that is to maximize the shareholders’ return. In order to fulfill this promise, organization cannot allow its employees to waste organizational resources on wishful internet surfing, for...
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...Argument: A Text and Reader. Boston: Bedford/St. Martin's, 2012. Print.... ? Article Review February 9, Summary The article contains some strengths and weaknesses. The article offers a wrong impression on the readers that killing people with abnormalities is an obligation. The same article shows that some groups, including the German army, feel they have a duty to kill members of other groups, including the Jews. The claims are strongly supported by warrants, grounds and backings. The warrants, ground, backings of the formal article’s discrimination discussion firmly supports the claims. Thesis Statement The article’s thesis is: The article’s discrimination discussion’s claims, warrants, grounds and...
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...Argument In my personal opinion, a grade should be something that takes multiple factors into account. The most obvious one is performance, which goes a long way to determining a grade. I understand that, but another, and sometimes underestimated, factor is growth. The best student is not always the smartest person in class; it is the one who starts out from a position of weakness but grows and develops their knowledge over the long term. I believe that I have shown this trait in this class because I have placed emphasis on always pushing myself to the next level and not settling for what I know. Above all, I deserve an A- grade because I have realized my faults and worked...
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...argument. God’s existence, Cosmological reasons Someone ensures the universe is in harmony. The earth revolves around the sun. The sun firmly stays comfortably in its preset place, the center... ? Philosophy, Admission/Application Essay February 11, Introduction Life is full of challenges. Some challenges are physical in nature, such as winning a race. Other challenges focus on resolving love difficulties, including divorce and misunderstanding. A few challenges include research activities. Research will affirm or negate a research question. Research includes gathering evidences to accept or reject a hypothesis. My current research challenge will result to proving that God exists, using cosmological...
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...argument is untenable. Ultimately the mind and body debate; despite years of philosophical and scientific and intellectual contentions the question remains open to new opinions and viewpoints. Different schools of thought adopt the explanations they find most appropriate to base on their ideologies; however, there has been no consensus. Works Cited Descartes, Renee. “Meditations on First Philosophy” Oxford: Oxford University Press. 2008. Print. Robinson, Howard, "Dualism", The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.2012. Web. 15 April, 2013... The mind body problem is focused on the connection between mind and matter; the conscious and the subconscious, and was initially considered by Renee Descartes the...
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...argument is untenable. Ultimately the mind and body debate; despite years of philosophical and scientific and intellectual contentions the question remains open to new opinions and viewpoints. Different schools of thought adopt the explanations they find most appropriate to base on their ideologies; however, there has been no consensus. Works Cited Descartes, Renee. “Meditations on First Philosophy” Oxford: Oxford University Press. 2008. Print. Robinson, Howard, "Dualism", The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.2012. Web. 15 April, 2013... The mind body problem is focused on the connection between mind and matter; the conscious and the subconscious, and was initially considered by Renee Descartes...
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...Arguments for and Against the Death Penalty 1). Evidence also points to an analysis by the criminologist Isaac Ehrlich, which shows that “for every inmate who was executed, 7 lives were spared” as other perpetrators become deterred from committing similar crimes (1). This source concedes to the fact that studies relating to deterrence are sometimes “inconclusive” but it attributes this to the rare use of death penalty and the delay in its execution (1). Thus, it can be construed that death penalty acts as a deterrent to crime, which is a “practical justification” for the award of capital punishment (2). Criminal justice system relies on the basic... 29 January Capital Punishment Nations across the globe ...
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...arguments including supporting contentions. A concluding portion would then assess which editorial was deemed most effective. Editorial One: Australian gun control holds lessons for U.S. The editorial article entitled “Australian gun control holds lessons for U.S.” published online in the USA Today on December 18, 2012 proffered issues that apparently compared the measures taken by Australia in terms of gun control. As an editorial article, the author comes from the Editorial Board, but was not specifically identified. The article’s main thesis... June 2, Comparative Editorials on Gun Control Introduction There is an ongoing debate regarding the need for gun control in view of ever increasing violent...
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...argument... Why Ex-Felons Should Vote The development of the judicial system has allowed for a means for individuals who have the wronged the society to pay for their crimes, it has also provided a suitable means of rehabilitation for these convicts meaning that punishment is not the only agenda when a person who has committed a crime is sent to prison. Penitentiaries have been established to not only make sure ones pays for their crimes but to help them change their ways and hopefully start afresh once they have served their sentence. In other words the prison system has also been developed to assist those who wind up in it to become better people once they are released back into society (Kevin). This...
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...argument disproves the fact that the use of video games should be restricted as they can be only harmful for students: “Case studies such as those... CECS 6010 Question: Do video games lead to the positive result or lead to the negative result? Central claim: Video games should be includedin the learning process,, because they attract students, increase their motivation to study and help use their knowledge in practice . Reason1: Traditional learning very often fails to make students interesting in what they are doing in class. The lack of such interest can result in ineffective learning. Students simply present in the classroom, but do not acquire any knowledge. They need special motivation, which can b...
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...Argument Introduction Throughout the evolution of humanity, rationalism vs. empiricism was amongthe most complex philosophic debates. Generally, people are being divided into the two broad categories: those who rely on rational judgments about the reality (rationalists) and those, who ground their judgments on their sensual reactions, personal observations, and subjective experience (empiricists). In the history of philosophy, Plato is fairly regarded as one of the major proponents of rationalism, while John Locke is among those, who defend their sensual positions and are included into the list of the prominent empiricists. I believe that in our judgments about reality we cannot abstract... 29 July...
Argument
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...argument is weak in places when Bischoff focuses more on the behaviour of Paul in public events and tries to gauge his value as a leader through his public relations. Even though he argues convincingly that Paul is not an ideal leader because he fails to connect with people, one... Dan Bischoff’s article d “Rand Paul’s Kentucky Derby” is an acerbic critique of Rand Paul’s attempt to lead the race for Senator at Kentucky. InBischoff’s view Paul’s public relations and attitude towards prospective voters are so bad to the extent that the phenomenon of the rise of such leaders defy common sense. The character and behavior of Paul is analyzed at length, which deviates at time to the author’s personal views...
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...arguments including supporting contentions. A concluding portion would then assess which editorial was deemed most effective. Editorial One: Australian gun control holds lessons for U.S. The editorial article entitled “Australian gun control holds lessons for U.S.” published online in the USA Today on December 18, 2012 proffered issues that apparently compared the measures taken by Australia in terms of gun control. As an editorial article, the author comes from the Editorial Board, but was not specifically identified. The article’s main... September 7, Comparative Editorials on Gun Control Introduction There is an ongoing debate regarding the need forgun control in view of ever increasing violent...
Argument sketching
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...Argument Sketching Thesis The essay will be about the arguments for the existence of God. Some supporters of this argument draw from evidence that is based on history, some on personal experience, and some on science while I personally draw my evidence from philosophy. There are various philosophical arguments in support of this argument i.e. the first cause argument, the ontological argument, the moral and lastly the argument from design. Each of these tends to support a given conception of God. For instance the first cause argument argues for the existence of an external creator; the ontological argument argues for the existence of a perfect being; an argument that is for a creator... College Argument ...
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...argument. Although the thesis has been implicitly stated in the argument, it is easily understood and apparent through the language used by the author. This article is mainly targeted at the youth, primarily 15-30 year olds who either use Facebook regularly or disprove of its use. The author tries to engage this audience by using analogies which relate Facebook to a country and its users as nationals, he aptly describes the thesis through the phrase... The article describes Facebook as being addictive as it allows one to capture one’s memories and stay connected across the globe. Yet, the invasion of privacy owing to sudden policy changes associated with Facebook as well as loss of human interaction...
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...Argument Analysis Argumentation, according to the New Webster’s Dictionary of the English Language is “the mental process of constructing a chain of reasoning in words or writing”. In most cases, it is important to establish a good sort of reasoning particularly in college so as to express thoughts or ideas pertaining a particular topic. Strong arguments, needless to say, portray what we mean are the most appropriate and the strongest point in a subject being argued. In collegiate level, strong argumentation helps to develop the power of reasoning and balancing the consequences of those who will go to face the true world full of uncertainties. To provide strong... documentation regarding...
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...Argument One of the most used tactics in advertising today is through using visual appeal. With the aim ofadvertising—that is, to promote a product a product/brand and increase sales, of course it is primarily important to make sure first that the advertisement would be able to attract attention. This is where using visual appeal works in advertisement, for catchy visual scenes are more attractive as compared to plain text advertisements. In this case, every visual piece usually has its rhetorical content, and for the purpose of this paper, the researcher has chosen the visual argument of the shoes and sports apparel giant Nike, wherein it shows a boy and his dog peeing on a wall where... ? Visual...
Current Argument and Argument Definitions
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...argument and argument definitions This paper will define valid argument, strong argument, weak argument, sound argument, unsound argument, cogent argument, and uncogent argument. The paper will also look and analyze a current argument from a book. Argument definitions Valid argument: a valid argument can be argued to be an argument whereby its conclusion is logically derived from the premises. It is obvious that the premises can not be true, and the...
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...Argument Analysis In his article, Anderson (cited in Ramage, Bean, and Johnson 445) has not supported his arguments with evidence. For example, when he discusses the focus of the old or the new aggression researchers, he cited neither of the two, thus providing no solid evidence of his claims and leaving it upon the readers to do the necessary research and evaluate his claims. Likewise, when Anderson says, “Most studies find that males and females are equally affected, and that high and low aggressive individuals are equally affected” (Anderson cited in Ramage, Bean, and Johnson 447), not a single study has been cited for evidence. These are just two examples; there are countless similar... ? 7 October...
DEFINITIONAL ARGUMENT
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...Argument While words are essential for verbal communication there exists a surprisingly strong degree of contention about the nature ofspecific definitions. Although there are dictionary definitions of most prominently used words, these definitions oftentimes fail to capture the subtle and complex nature of linguistic meaning. In certain contexts, this difficulty in understanding can result in legal or moral arguments. One such example occurs with the world murder. This essay presents an argument for the essential criteria of this category, argues how this subject matches this criterion, and presents a counter-argument to these categorical assumptions. The criteria that constitute... Definitional...
Understanding Argument.
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...argument The article ‘ban the things, ban them all’ by Molly Ivins calls for the banning of guns for anyone who is not a member of the police or the army. Her argument is based on the idea that the National Rifle Association of America and the pro-gun lobby, although a small percentage of the total population, have a disproportionate amount of influence over the gun debate. Gun owners put forward a whole series of arguments for the right to be allowed to have arms, but Ivins claims that none of them actually stand up to scrutiny. In this article she explores what she considers the various myths around gun ownership and, by picking these arguments apart... Ban the Things. Ban Them All An analysis of...
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...arguments that can be raised and the qualifiers that can be stated are the following: There are cases where a "female" , with all the features and organs of a woman, was found to be biologically male. That is, they have XY chromosomes. There also cases where men were found to have XX chromosomes (Walter, 412). This only shows that even if organs and features were present, there exist a possibility that the person's chromosomes are for the opposite sex. Argument: Even if there were... Topic Proposal: Definitional claim: The use of the word "female" should not be in terms of biological characteristics such as the presence of ovaryand mammary glands. Rather it should be defined as those are possess an...
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...Argument Analysis Essay In “On Racist Speech”, Charles R. Lawrence III presents the claim that racist speech, especially on college and university campuses, should be regulated and fought against. He argues that while Americans have the right to speak freely and without censoring themselves, as outlined in the First Amendment, racist speech should not be included since it is used with the intent to injure the person who is receiving the insult. However, the First Amendment protects racist speech, forcing minority groups to “bear the burden for the good of all (Lawrence)” as the purpose of protecting racist speech is to exercise the freedom of thought and expression. This is the foundation... ...
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...Argument Analysis This essay is an analysis of the article, “We Waste Our Childrens Time” by Leon Botstein. The article discusses the proposal of several politicians to extend the time spent by children in school. Governor Gray Davis of California wants to extend the school year by 30 days while Mayor Rudolph Giuliani calls for weekend classes in science (Botstein , par 1). These proposals by the politicians were instigated by the clamor of the public to improve the performance of the school children. Information revealed that children from other countries with longer hours outperform the children from the US. Botstein however claims that it is not the length of school days that affects... ...
Dialectical Argument
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...Argument: Free-of-Charge Free and Open Source Software My friend Anna and I got into a friendly argument last week. The argument started when I told her that I was trying to shift into using Ubuntu. Ubuntu is a linux-based computer operating system, belonging to the free and open-source software (FOSS) family. Its widely-used proprietary counterpart is Microsoft Windows. I also shared that I was able to try out other free and open source programs that are available via Ubuntu such as the Gimp Image Editor, a photo-editing software that is similar in function to the more popular Adobe Photoshop, and the Korganizer, a calendar and personal planner... . And third, I think that it is not entirely...
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...Argument Analysis In his article, “Violent Media is Good for Kids,” Gerard Jones has proffered his thesis that exposing young children to stories of violence is not as bad as society would have us believe. By relating his own experiences as a child, and then of others he has observed and been involved with, he tries to show just how violence does not automatically beget violence. He does concede that violent media has encouraged some individuals to spread violence in real life, however, he states that often times such media, like violent stories and video games, actually help the children in getting to terms with their emotions as well as helping them establish an identity... ?Your Full Your 7 March...
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...Argument Analysis In his article, “Violent Media is Good for Kids,” Gerard Jones has proffered his thesis that exposing young children to stories of violence is not as bad as society would have us believe. By relating his own experiences as a child, and then of others he has observed and been involved with, he tries to show just how violence does not automatically beget violence. He does concede that violent media has encouraged some individuals to spread violence in real life, however, he states that often times such media, like violent stories and video games, actually help the children in getting to terms with their emotions as well as helping them establish an identity... Your Full Your 7 March...
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...Argument Paper This paper aims to build argument on the ban of camera phones in gymnasiums and other public places. Camera phones are an important invention however, they pose serious threats to the privacy and security of general public. This paper analyzes the evidences in favor and against the argument ultimately leading to a comprehensive conclusion. Should the use of Camera Phones be banned in local Gymnasiums or other locations? Cell phone is the successor of telephone which was introduced in the 19th century. With the advent of cell phones there came a huge revolution in the overall communication setup of the globe which is still subject to latest improvements and commencement of new... ...
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...arguments to make his case. At the beginning... of Chapter Two, Lewis examines the problem of pain. The argument is based on some contradictory premises: 1. Because God is good and all powerful, he would want to create a good world 2. The world is not good 3. God is therefore either not good or not all powerful Lewis examines these premises throughout Chapter two and decides the issue is more nuanced. Words like “omnipotence” are problematic, as is the word “goodness.” Our words and terms do not really fit God, in all his glory. We cannot be expected to understand the mysterious ways of the universe, Lewis argues. Essentially this is an argument about faith....
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...Argument Paper in Favor of DONATION It is the moral responsibility of every human being to help those in need of help with everything they can, no matter how geographically distanced the needy lives. However, many people have a different point of view regarding this notion. According to Peter Singer, some people argue that people should be allowed to follow their own beliefs regarding donating money as everyone has a different take on the issue (Singer 25). However, this can be a deceptive argument as allowing everyone to freely profess his or her beliefs might not bring good to the society. For example, we do not allow students to cheat in the exams or...
ARGUMENT ESSAY
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...Argument Essay In his search for the meaning of justice, Socrates involved several people in discussions (Reeve 112). In his discussion with Cephalous, Polemarchus, and Thrasymachus, he questions their understanding of justice. According to Cephalous, justice is truth telling and giving back what one received from anyone. Justice involves the return of a deposit to anyone, whatsoever the case. Socrates challenged his understanding of justice. He gives him an example of one who lends a weapon from someone. In case the owner of the weapon comes back insane, would it still be justice even if it is in the lender’s right mind that he will use the weapon to harm? Would he still choose to tell... Task:...
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...Argument Analysis 08 February Introduction The logical step in analyzing an argument is to determine first its rhetorical situation. Susan Brownmiller is a career feminist who fought for women’s rights during the height of Women’s Liberation Movement and only recently retired due to old age. She was once also active in the Civil Rights Movement but it is her work against pornography that made a mark on the feminist movement and she even wrote a book on it. In her short article critiqued here, she persuasively argued that purveyors of pornographic materials hid behind the veil of First Amendment rights to promote their sleazy business and cannot be invoked as a defense. She further stated... ...
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...argument in favor... Death Penalty Introduction There are four acknowledged and the basic reasons for having ized punishment (Stearman 34). This includes prevention, rehabilitation, retribution, and deterrence. Of all those, retribution forms the backbone for the dominant ideology behind the death penalty. This paper seeks to analyze the form and nature of retributive death theories,and various ideologies coonnnected to the debate. The paper will contrast and compare the elements and concepts of retributive punishment and revenge, and offer the underlying merits of the same (Baron 146). Budeau and Marshal Bedau and Cassell Budeau and marshal hold that the death penalty is morally wrong regardless of the ...
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...arguments in the favor of this punishment. One of the strongest arguments in the favor is that this penalty sends strong warning to those who are planning heinous crimes. If a murderer... Death Penalty Since the very beginning of human race the Death Penalty has been used by societies as punishment to avenge the alleged crime and also to discourage potential criminals from committing a crime in the future. As being the harshest physical penalty possible it has been generally used as a punishment for very severe crimes like murder, rape and drug trafficking etc. Since societies have highest priorities in preventing heinous crimes like murders they tend to use the most effective punishments to avoid...
Ethical Argument
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...argument considers same-sex marriage as an act of will as opposed to reasoned judgment. When judges make their ruling for same-sex marriages, Gertsmann (77) observes that the major argument is that gender no longer forms a critical determinant of marriage. Such an argument is logically misplaced because gender not only determines marriage... Same Sex Marriage Should Not be Legalized Introduction The issue of same-sex marriage has remained a greatly debated subject in the modern world. The world seems to be increasingly warming up to the idea of people of the same gender getting married. As noted by Corvino and Gallagher (1), in 1996, an opinion poll in the US indicated a 27% against 68% for and against...
Visual Argument
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...Argument Introduction Pictures, especially advertising pictures can communicate lot of things to us. Each picture may have ethos, pathos and logos. Ethos is all about how well or logically a picture can communicate the message to its viewers whereas pathos is the conscious effort of exploiting the emotions of the viewers. Logos is all about the logical arrangement of the items in the picture and the authenticity of the claim made by the picture. This paper analyses the above picture with respect to the ethos, pathos and logos involved in it Ethos The above visual communicate so many things to us. At the backdrop Coca Cola asked us to use it frequently whereas at the front...
Argument speech
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...argument. iii. (Speaker credibility) the use of technology has made me to become poor in certain things which I wouldn’t have if I had stopped relying on technology. a. Technology has made me to rely heavily on calculators for calculations. As such, I am very poor in overhead calculations b. Technology deprived me off vital playtime iv. (Preview of main ideas) technology reduces creativity in children and students in three critical ways a. First, technology reduces a child’s ability to think critically since he/she finds information over the internet easily. b. Secondly, technology reduces a child’s play time hence taking away his/her first hand experiences c. Thirdly, technology... Technology Reduces...
Ethical argument
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...argument on SUVS critically discussing the importance and disadvantage hence finally giving recommendations on sport utility vehicle. Discussion Basing our argument on Ethical reasoning in the environmental justice movement it is right to understand... Introduction Sport utility vehicle (SUV) is said to be automotive and is defined by its capa of passengers and cargo. It combines both passenger-carrying and cargo-ferrying role in a double-box design with two closed cargo and passenger compartment which is contrary to a pickup truck. Initially, SUVs were built on light truck platforms unlike currently when they are built on car platforms with no separate frame. In this paper we are looking at ethical...
Public argument
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...Argument In the Western Society, zoos are a necessary part that must be kept, and it is unacceptable for inhumanity to dominate the way animals are treated in zoos. In as much as zoos are seen as limited in space, captive, and unfavorable for wild animals, leaving them in the wild exposes them to more dangers as they struggle to survive. Conversely, though habitat restoration never manages to fully replicate the wild or their lives in the wild, zoos offer health, physical, and emotional protection; are significant learning and recreational grounds; and minimize animal extinction by ensuring that mates, water, and food are present within the available space. We have the responsibility... to...
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...argument is aimed at the general audience, some of whom may have differing... 30th October 2006 TOPIC PROPOSAL The object of evaluation is a pirate costume for a Halloween party. The category or that this placed in is Halloween costumes. The evaluative claim I'm making: A pirate is the best costume for a Halloween party as it is the only costume that meets all the stated criteria. 2) The costume will be judged according to certain criteria, namely its historical significance, what it represents and aesthetic entertainment value. Perhaps the single most important criterion in making a judgment is the costume's historical significance and the least important would be its entertainment value. 3) The argume...
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...arguments made in the article were helped along by the tone that was set and allowed the personality of the writer to shine through as well. The writer has nothing against Vera, neither did she have an agenda in writing the story. She just wrote an engaging article that effectively used the ethos argument all through out.... The Vera Wang Interview: Made of Honor In her Harpers Bazaar article of the same Elisa Lipsky-Karasz takes a look at the more personal side of the iconic fashion designer. Through reflective interviews of the designers special friends and the sentiments of other people around her, we learn a little bit more about the secretive pixie fashion designer whose designs are top of the line...
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...Argumentative Essays Is “mercy killing” an acceptable virtue in the modern society? Mercy killing is the deliberate situation where a third person ends the life of a patient who is sick and suffering with no anticipation or optimism of recovering (Peterson 6). This helps to end the pain, misery and suffering of the ill person by terminating their life. In my opinion, mercy killing, also known as euthanasia or assisted suicide is wrong. I believe in the right to life until death takes its course. It is morally erroneous to end a person’s life because you think he or she is suffering (Peterson 10). No one should have power over another person’s life. Some people believe... al Affiliation Lecturer Due...
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...argument in “English First” has both strong and weak points. I’ve heard many arguments both for and against bilingual education before, and the arguments against always seem stronger, especially since they typically come from people that have grown up bilingual, so I might be a little more inclined to think Le’s argument is solid. As mentioned, there are points that he makes that are as strong, but they don’t affect the other better points that are made. I thought that the point Le made about a social studies class being taught in Spanish would leave the students without the proper English vocabulary to be important. The point of bilingual education in part... English First Response Yung Le’s argument ...
Persuasive argument
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...Argument In the writings of Rawls, he holds that in the free society people within that particular society have different views with regard to religion, different conception of what is wrong or right as well as other forms in which people relate personally. In view of this, and in the democratic society, people mentioned above would have contradicting commitments while there exists only one law to guide the diverse nature of the society. Rawls therefore tends to believe that enforcing a universal law within this diverse nature of the society is unworkable and hence raises two main fundamental issues: legitimacy and stability. In his view therefore democracy is based on justice... , this...
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