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...Arguments and Their Components I have been watching the Casey Anthony case closely. My friend argues it is a waste of time. She does not understand why Florida cannot just send her to death row without a trial. My argument is: Premise: Everybody tried in America deserves a fair trial under the America judicial system. Premise: There is a presumption of innocence until found guilty. Conclusion: Casey Anthony should be presumed innocent until proven guilty in a fair trial. My friend’s argument is: Premise: Caylee Anthony was missing for over 30 days. Premise: A parent that does not report their child missing for 30 days is guilty of murder....
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...ARGUMENT AND A PROPOSAL ARGUMENT DISTINCTION POSITION ARGUMENT PROPOSAL ARGUMENT Definition of each A Position Argument is an argument that takes a stand and defends the position. Position Arguments do not necessarily point out a solution but tend to be controversy. The goal of the position argument is to change the audience view about the issue Proposal arguments identify a problem and offer a solution to the problem. The writer obligates the reader to take action to solve the problem. A proposal arguments goal is to affect the future. Key features of each The writer is dealing with a controversial issue. The writer must state position clearly... 6 COMPARISON OF A POSITION...
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...Arguments David Boonin, in his book The Problem of Punishment examines how “the fact that a person who has broken a just and reasonable law render itmorally permissible for the state to treat him in ways that would otherwise be impermissible” (1). Boonin, therefore, is of the opinion that it is unacceptable to punish a criminal for an immoral act by means of punishment that in itself is immoral. I, however, disagree with Boonin as it is necessary for offenders and criminals to understand the implications of their actions and to repent for the unethical acts they commit. Nonetheless, some people may argue that punishment is not the answer or solution to crime and with...
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...Arguments Whether or not San Diego is a great place to live has been an exciting topic of debate, because people have always expressed difference ofopinion regarding such topics. However, a comprehensive understanding of the various favorable factors associated with this city highlights the argument that San Diego California is a great place to live. It is fundamental to realize at this point that San Diego has been given the nickname of “America’s Finest City”, and there are reasons to believe that this city is one of the best places in the nation to dwell in. significantly, San Diego has been one of the most attractive and serene places in the country,...
Arguments Table
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...Arguments Table Concept discussed Behaviorism Key features: Behaviorism, “the study of observable behavior” (Coon & Mitterer, 2008, p.23), discarded all mentalist concepts like feeling, sensitivity, image, aspiration, reason, judgment and emotion, and drove the concept of psychology toward what an animal did or how it behaved in response to a certain situation. Behaviorism claims that “there is a response to every effective stimulus and that response is immediate” (Watson, as cited in Arkin, 1998, p.45). This claim makes psychology a concept different than the study of mind and conscious behavior. Behaviorism moved psychologists away from introspection while studying mind,...
Definitional Arguments
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...Arguments In daily life definitions vary. Consequently, there are varied ways of making a definitional argument from a given concept. Some of the common examples of definitional arguments or issues include formal definitions and operational definitions (190-191). Whereas formal definitions are the description developed earlier such as those definitions in dictionaries (190), the operational definitions are those derived from the features or uses of a particular object in question (191). The process of developing a definitional argument involves formulation of claims, crafting of definitions, matching of the formulated claims to the crafted definitions, and considering the visuals... Definitional...
( Ontological Arguments )
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...ARGUMENTS There are several arguments for the existence of God but the one I found most plausible is the cosmological argument. This is because it uses the things around us and things we can relate to such as nature and reality to explain why God exists and why He is the creator of the universe. This argument holds that God exists because our reality was caused by a “God-type” being that brought everything into existence. Furthermore, while this argument was only used by theologians and philosophers before, the 20th century witnessed science confirm that the universe must have had a beginning. The conceptual analysis of the cause of the universe based on cosmological argument helps... ONTOLOGICAL...
Fallacious Arguments
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...Arguments Fallacies are often mistakes people commit in argumentation. Some fallacies concern false assertions, for instance, False Dichotomy, Slippery Slope, amid others. In any case, in each case a fallacious argument will in no way really reasonably coerce you to accept the conclusion. However, if an argument is really fallacious, it does not tag on that its conclusion is false. In spite of everything, one can give a bad argument that happens to be true, in fact. Consider: United States is the world’s greats superpower. So, Rick Santorum has suspended his campaign. Further, when we discover a fallacy in an argument, it does not imply the conclusion is false; instead, it means... that the...
Business arguments
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...arguments regarding the adverse effects of trade liberalization on the environment are the proponents of the notion, who claim that regulations such as the “polluter-pays policy” can actually benefit the environment by incentivizing manufacturers and traders to formulate innovative methodologies for managing augmented levels of pollution (Carbuagh, 2004). This perspective highlights the multidimensional nature of the topic at hand because it encompasses a range of opinions, attitudes and judgments with respect to the association... ? Does Free Trade Harm the Environment? The advent of globalization has been encouraged by the liberalization of trade which has allowed nations to engage in the exchange of...
Analyzing Arguments
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...Arguments The purpose of this paper is to provide analysis on the following three ments based on information from chapters 10 and 11. 1.· All college students are required to take a Humanities class. · Critical Thinking is a Humanities class. · All college students take Critical Thinking. In this example, the first premise is that all students must take a humanities class The next premise is that critical thinking is a humanities class The conclusion is that college students must take critical thinking. In this circumstance the argumentation could be described as utilizing deductive reasoning but it represents a logical fallacy. One could conclude that this is an example of a Post... Analyzing...
Abortion arguments
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...Arguments.” Buzzle.com, 26 Oct. 2010. Web. 27 Apr. 2011. Head, Tom. “What is Abortion?.” About.com, n.d. Web. 27 Apr. 2011. Nordqvist, Christian. “What Is An Abortion?.” Medical News Today, 14 Apr. 2009. Web. 27 Apr. 2011. Ravichandran, Sriram. “Abortion: Causes And Clinical Features.” Ezinearticles.com, 26 Mar. 2011. Web. 27 Apr. 2011. ... full full April 27, Abortion Before going into the discussion regarding ethical issues related to abortions, let us get a better understanding of what abortion actually is. “Abortion is the intentional termination of a pregnancy after conception” (Head). Abortion in medical science is a process in which doctors, with the approval of the pregnant women, kill the...
Fallacy arguments
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...Arguments Teacher               Fallacious Arguments Lindsey and Malik were the happiest couple I knew, until after Lindsey decided to go to University instead of having a baby. So obviously it all went downhill because Lindsey abandoned the traditional female role.” Premise 1) Lindsey decided to go to university instead of having a baby. 2) The relationship between her and Malik went downhill. Conclusion: Lindsey abandoned the traditional female role. Fallacy: Oversimplified cause fallacy According to the speaker, everything was going well with the relationship between Lindsey and Malik. However, sometime later, the relationship went downhill. This was also the time when Lindsey decided... ? Fallacious...
Arguments Paper
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...argument (Fetzer Par. 1). The purpose of this paper is to examine why the attack on 9/11 on World Trade Center is considered duplicity and not a terrorist attack as was alleged by President Bush’s administration. It will also discuss the limitations associated with such opposing views, my understanding of the incidence, as well as why I consider my understanding better than the opposing views. Summary of opposing positions Those who opposed the argument that the incidence of September 11 was a terrorist attack mainly... The September 11 Incidence Introduction The September 11, 2001 plane crash on the World Trade Center in New York is one of the most tragic plane crashes in world history. The event...
Ethical Arguments
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...Arguments This paper entails the international market with regard to Huge Corporation, Inc a U.S company that has been very successful and of high profile. The company is interested in expanding its market for the sale of human organs and instruments of human torture through the formation of subsidiaries in some parts of the world. However, before it is achieved there must be an analysis on the pros and cons of the business areas as discussed below. HUGE CORPORATION, INC MEMORANDUM TO: Chief Executive Officer FROM: Marketing Manager DATE: September 25th, 2012. SUBJECT: EXPANSION OF MARKET... Ethical Arguments This paper entails the international market with regard to Huge Corporation, Inc a U.S company...
The Essence of Arguments
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...Arguments The Essence of Arguments Anthony Weston’s A Rulebook for Arguments written by offers a guide to constructing effective arguments. It is a guide to critical thinking, constructing the argument and logical communication to present evidence to support ones conclusions. Weston explains different forms argumentation and various concepts concerning arguments. The first section deals with the general rules for composing short arguments, generalizations, analogy, and arguments from authority. The second section addresses argumentative essays. The book explains a number of sound rules for making arguments. These rules include distinguishing the premises and conclusions, presenting... The Essence of...
Arguments and Their Components
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...Arguments and Their Components Arguments between friends and family members do arise fromtime to time and my case has not been any different. When it comes to following sports, I usually have arguments with people who do not support my favorite team – Manchester United. I recently had an argument with my friend over a soccer match that was about to take place. The topic was whether or not Manchester United would be able to beat Arsenal in one of the matches. Since his favorite team was Arsenal, he had obvious reasons to support Arsenal. On the other hand, I have always remained loyal to Manchester United due to their superb players, team tactics and the aura attached with them all... ID Lecturer...
Two Types Of Arguments
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...Arguments Position Argument A position argument is a type of argument where a person speaks on a topic or makes a statement regarding a point which can be debated debate (Ramage & Bean, 1989). For instance, a person can take a position for or against the topic that democracy today is present only in name and not in sprit. The key feature of the argument system is to understand the topic and then give points with examples, definitions, and words from other credible sources as well as other thinkers, writers, scientists or notables who have considered the topic in depth. The argument begins with a premise and a thesis which supports the position being taken by the person making... the...
Deductive and Inductive Arguments
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...Arguments A deductive argument is an argument in which the premises are correct, and thus the conclusion from that argument is bound to be correct (Iep.utm.edu). A deductive argument is said to be sound if the premises are true that is they are morally and logically correct. For instance, an argument with the following premise; Moses is 87 years old, Moses has lived more than eight centuries, and the conclusion for the argument is that Moses is an aged person. This argument is sound given the fact that all of its premises are logically correct hence it means since the premises are correct the conclusion from the argument is bound to be correct. A deductive argument is said... Deductive and Inductive...
Deductive vs. Inductive Arguments
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...Arguments Introduction There are two forms of argument ly deductive and inductive, which we study to help in differentiate between correct and incorrect reasoning, A deductive argument is one in which it is supposed that the premises (supporting reasons or evidence) offer an assurance of the reality of the conclusion. The premises herein are envisioned to offer a very strong support for the conclusion in such a way that if the premises are true, the conclusion can under no circumstances be false (IEP, 2003). The conclusion follows with absolute certainty. For example, All human beings are mortal. I am a human being. I am mortal. An inductive argument on the other... Deductive vs. Inductive...
Distinguishing the appropriate arguments
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...arguments are illogical, hence can never be formalised or tested by PL. Therefore, I used P andnot Q to infer to the argument in which the first premise is true but the conclusion is false with respect to the second premise. For instance, statement 1 cannot be formalised or tested using PL. I also meant that some statements are logical and can be formalised and tested using PL. For this particular case, I used P and Q that infers inclusion. For instance, statement 4 the conclusion is true with regard to either of the premises (P and Q), which are true. Therefore, it can be formalised and tested using PL....
Analysing and evaluating arguments
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...ARGUMENTS Activity Two: Inductive argument This argument is inductive in that it allows room for performance of experimentations to establish whether it is true that diets with low fat and lots of fibre are absolute cure for all illnesses. This statement is just but a generalisation which makes it more of an inductive judgement especially when the results of the experiment performed are released. These results confirm that whether people are exposed to foods with less or normal fat and fibre, the possibility of the colorectal polyps would still remain constant. This implies that this is just an art of faith for the so called health gurus who would merely want to draw some... ANALYSING AND EVALUATING...
Prescriptive and Descriptive Arguments
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...Arguments Prescriptive and Descriptive Arguments Identification of Topic of interest The topic of interest would be global warming and its inherent effects and causation. Original descriptive argument from the topic Global warming remains a reality and results from mostly human activities, and not from natural climatic changes. Original Prescriptive argument from the topic Responsible society must stop global warming. Initial Response Based on descriptive argument as derived from the topic, the main cause of global warming is human activities. Consequently, the activities of human beings results into the perceived reality of global warming. It is important... ozone layer. Moreover,...
Fallacies, Assumptions and Arguments
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...Arguments PART I: FINAL EXAM: FALLACIES The following arguments contain various kinds of fallacies. Evaluate each and identify the fallacy using the matching list on the last page We can recognize that athletes that participate in sports must be given special consideration within our grading system, or we can let the university sink into athletic oblivion. Equivocation: In such arguments, the arguer shifts meaning in such a way that the reason offered may seem more convincing I don't know what colleges are teaching these days! I have just received a letter of application from a young man who graduated from the state university last June. It was a wretched... Final Exam: Fallacies, Assumptions &...
Comparing Two Arguments
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...arguments of each side. Ron Karpati is a well-known pediatrician and medical researcher focusing on children’s illnesses and ailments. He... ? Our belief in the different methods that science and technology use varies from one person to another. We don’t always see eye to eye. And even those within the field itself, they differ in their perspectives. Even more, individuals from outside of the field would either be against, for or apathetic to the scientific issues that are faced by the field of science and technology. One of the most popular debates that the scientific industry face is the use of animals in scientific experiments. We can look into Karpati and Caras’ articles to get a glimpse of the...
Analyzing Inductive Arguments
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...Arguments In the history of America, presidential polls have attracted dozens of opinion polls that aim at investigating the trend of politics, and the final most likely decision the voters would most likely make in the polls. Pollsters though employing scientific approaches in designing and carrying out such polls are in most cases subjective; some degree of biasness never fails to inform the entire polling process. An example of these is the Pew Research Center poll and the Rasmussen opinion poll, two opinion polls that have some degree of variance and biasness towards the presidential candidates. All in all, biasness towards a candidate results in a deviating opinion poll... Analyzing Inductive...
Arguments against abortion
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...ARGUMENTS AGAINST ABORTION "America needs no words from me to see how your decision in Roe v. Wade has deformed a great nation. The so-called right to abortion has pitted mothers against their children and women against men. It has sown violence and discord at the heart of the most intimate human relationships. It has aggravated the derogation of the father's role in an increasingly fatherless society. It has portrayed the greatest of gifts -- a child -- as a competitor, an intrusion, and an inconvenience. It has nominally accorded mothers unfettered dominion over the independent lives of their physically dependent sons and daughters" And, in granting this unconscionable...
Reading Visual Arguments
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...Arguments The use of visual material techniques in argumentative essays can have a negative impact on the written essay, taking away from what the argument is really about. While images can help to enhance the argument by providing a visual representation for the reader, allowing them to better understand what is being said, they are still unable to grasp the fundamentals and purposes of the argument if the biggest thing they have to rely on is a picture or a graph. Though the author believes that these sorts of techniques can contribute more to written text, argumentative essays contain a lot of thoughts, evidence, and opinions that cannot simply be summed up in the confines... of a picture...
Compare 2 Arguments
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...arguments agree on the need to share and spread discoveries. In fact, the difference comes in how to go about this issue. “Free culture” suggests that the rise of the information age that this period is experiencing is in transition. This means that as technology advances, we are likely to patent many ideas which have not been fully developed. Lessig believes that people shall access internet with an aim of sharing files, and that some discoveries are likely to look obsolete with time. This is because they are meant to happen in transition. Therefore, it is counter- productive to patent them, (Lessig, 565-567). Intellectual property is ceasing to be about the solution making to profit... ?Michael Pistner ...
Comparing two arguments
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...Arguments on Binge Drinking Among Campus Introduction This paper is a comparison of Henry Wechsler and Joel Epstein’s arguments on responses to binge drinking habits amongst college students. Henry Wechsler, Ph.D., is a psychologist whose work focuses on alcohol abuse, particularly among the young people. He also lectures at Harvard School of Public Health in the Department of Society, Human development, and Health. He was the head of Harvard School of Public Health College Alcohol study that conducted studies on causes and effects of binge drinking among college students. The article Binge Drinking Must be Stopped by Wechsler (2002) discusses the extreme manner in which college... ?Wechsler and Epstein...
Explanations and Arguments Exercise
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...Arguments Exercise Phillip didn’t return the books to the library He was sick He could not go the library on time. 2). He was late. 2). The library was closed by the time he wanted to take the book back Sandra doesn’t like country music. 1). She is young. 1). She likes popular music that she can dance. 2). She plays hip-hop. 2). Her playlist contains tracks by hip-hop stars. Harold took my pen 1). He admired it. 1). He thought that my pen would look cool with him. 2). He stole it. 2). He was seen by Chris while rummaging through my bag The Starbuck’s across the street is closed 1). It is holiday. 2). The owners do not open the shop during... Explanations and...
Plato's Arguments for Rationalism
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...Arguments for Rationalism Rationalism is simply regarded as the view in which specific items focused on knowledge are known independent of the sense of experience. According to Plato he argues that the sense of experience often fails to provide us with a guarantee that implies that what we do experience is, in fact true. Any information that we receive by relying on the sense of experience is frequently changing and quite unreliable (88). Such information can only be corrected and evaluated with regards to dependability based on certain principles which do not change at all. The unchanging principles are what are referred to as forms and they are the bases of reasoning and thinking... in...
Evaluating Arguments about consumerism
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...arguments about consumerism Introduction The consumer society of the contemporary world has been changing with other changes instigated by the urge to climb higher in the social status. On the other hand, others are brought about by the need to cut on daily expenditure. The divergent consumer behavior of people across the globe has, therefore, sparked heated arguments about the rapidly evolving buyer behavior according to economic stages of a locality. This paper gives a comprehensive analysis of an argument about consumerism in relation to two articles, ‘Keeping Up With Gateses and ‘The Year Without Toilet Paper, by Penelope Green and Louis Uchitelle respectively. The paper summarizes... Evaluating...
Four Arguments Research topics
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...Arguments Research topics Research Topic Social networking sites have become an indispensable part of modern life. Still, their use has been also related to a series of risks, including the exposure of private life to an unknown audience. The studies developed in this field lead to contradictory findings in regard to the actual necessity of social networking today. The introduction of limitations in the use of social networking sites may be necessary. Which would be the most appropriate strategies for managing the above problem and how the consent of the public for this initiative could be secured? Research Topic 2 The strong turbulences in the global market, as a result...
Arguments about God's existence
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...arguments and explanations that have been used by scholars to describe the existence of God include the cosmological argument (Taylor, 113), the teleological argument, and the ontological explanations. This paper discuses the teleological perspective that tries to explain the existence of God. it focuses on the arguments explanations and also reviews the criticisms that have been used as a basis... To most scholars of theology, the explanation about the existence of God raises pertinent issues within any religion. The main reason surrounding this fact is because beings are mortal, and the only connection between the deity and beings is belief an all powerful being exists. Through the cognitive...
Position Arguments on Immigration
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...Arguments on Immigration Introduction La Migra (157) in voice asserts that development blended with extended financial and educational options (or opportunities), elevated border misdemeanour, and reduced families—is restricting the illegitimate traffic and the immigrants eradication in United States of America. Steve Breen (160) affirms in Help Wanted—stop Illegal immigration that the most pre-eminent method of rectifying the immigration challenges involve addressing the remuneration of the U.S.A citizens altogether with individuals inhabiting the developing nations. Steve Breen (160) points out some of these central immigration setbacks such as political tussles and dissension... ...
Position Arguments on Immigration
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...Arguments on Immigration Introduction Owing to combat the menace of immigrants, one of the chief questions global analysts have come up with concerning this immigration challenge revolves on how globalization is taking part in propelling it (Johnson 137). A portion of the analysts has concluded that the best possible methodology for resolving immigration hazard is to deal with income imbalance among individuals living in U.S.A and those in developing nations. A group of analysts advocate for free trade in Mexico and Latin America affirming that free trade is one of the most excellent options in elevating the rates of economy empowerment and stability in developing countries (137... , analysts...
Internet Censorship classical arguments
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...Arguments Internet is a type of media that is accessed by a large number of people to attain information about different things. Besides providing the information, it is also utilized as the medium to advertise different products and services. The matter of censorship of internet is debated a lot as it is depicted as the part of media as television. In this way, censorship is thus required to avoid the exceptional use of internet as in television. However, different countries have to follow different rules and regulations about the utilization of the internet. The problem of censorship of internet can only be solved if it is distributed according... to the location. However, most of the...
Arguments for anti-feminism
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...ARGUMENTS FOR ANTI-FEMINISM In the society of the latest century, there is feminism which sparked the continuous debates on issues concerning women welfare. It is a circulating belief that women are not given the proper opportunities and men reap all the best things in society. According to feminists, the conservative view that women should be subject to the subordination of men due to the patriarchal nature of our society is a form of oppression, thus, it is imperative that a change in the status quo takes place. But the point of contention lies on the matter of women being oppressed. Are women deprived of rights in society as pointed out in lieu of the feminist view or...
Arguments for Assisted Suicide
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...argument for assisted suicide Introduction In order to create a discussion about the idea of assisted suicide, one must chose a side in the debate and develop an ethical and moral choice. The difficulty in deciding how to frame this discussion, however, is in the rhetoric and language with which it is discussed. The name of the topic in itself is a problem. It is termed assisted suicide, automatically assuming all of the implications that the word suicide provides. However, in examining this concept, one can begin to understand that it is not framed appropriately by this type of language, thus the inflammatory political debates are not being approached in a medically...
Arguments
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... San Diego is a Great Place to Live Arguable Issue “San Diego is really a great place to live” Claim (Conclusion) San Diego is really a great place to live in Southern California simply because the place is capable of inviting thousands of local and foreign tourists to come in and out of the city. Most people enjoy swimming in the sea water and sun bathing during summer. Because of its wonderful beaches, adventurous people would end up heading the beaches for surfing and sailing purposes or diving along San Diego’s coastal beaches and bays (San Diego). As a common knowledge, increasing the number of tourists in the city also means business opportunity for the local citizens. San Diego... San Diego is a...
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...Argument Argument The movie, Merry XXX-mas, would be shocking for the average teenager to see it contains coarse language and nudity. Statement form P1. Merry XXX-mas is a movie. P2. The movie, Merry XXX-mas contains scenes of coarse language and nudity MP3. Movies with coarse language and nudity shocks average teenagers. Critique Average teenagers have a wide range of preferences that are not narrowed to a similar understanding. This implies that their preference is not governed by similar principles. Therefore, the premise that concludes they will be shocked by the language and nudity of the movie is erroneous. Subsequently, may even be enjoying such scenes since it is not clear whether... ...
Arguments for and against abortion
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...arguments that go for and against the justification of abortion in modern and conventional society. Abortion should be done because it is a right embedded in the constitution as a fundamental right meaning that when a woman commits an act of abortion, she is just exercising her right to choose and plan her own life (“Arguments against abortion”). This, of course, includes the life of her unborn child, or fetus, whose life involves her own in that she is the one who should decide what, is best or worst for her... Abortion The question of abortion has raised many an eyebrow in relation to whether or not it is right, where the issue still remains undecided. As a result, it is important to look at the...
Arguments of Cause and Effect
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...Arguments of Cause and Effect Hansen Hansen is a scientist who has carried out in depth research on the global warming and specifically the effects the increase in CO2 in the atmosphere has on the climate and the resultant effects to the environment after that which in increased heat and rain at the same time. The argument by Hansen is presented in a purely theoretical manner. The difference between Hansen’s presentation and that of others is that he is talking from experience and something which he has personally dealt with in line of duty. This makes his argument much more effective as well as making it believable. When an...
Wollstonecraft's Arguments for Women's Rights
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...Arguments for Women’s Rights Mary Wollstonecraft was an 18th century and philosopher who is most recognized as an early advocate of women’s rights. Her work expands a broad variety of categories, yet her work on women’s rights is perhaps the most notable to contemporary readers as it foregrounded many aspects of later Civil Rights and feminist movements. While all her work contains the underlining element of feminism, perhaps her most notable arguments for women’s rights emerge in the texts of Vindications of the Rights of Men and Vindications of the Rights of Woman. This essay considers Mary Wollstonecraft’s arguments for women’s rights and considers the extent... of their persuasiveness....
Arguments for Low Fat Diet
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...Arguments for low fat diet a. 10 arguments why our diet is superior to others Avoiding the transfat and saturated fats reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease. 2. Low fat diets which composed of fruits, vegetables and protein has the indirect effect of reducing calorie intake thus, a more effective method in reducing weight than calorie-restricted diet, a carbohydrate-focused diet and novelty diet. It is because the removal of fat intake also meant the reduction of calorie intake because fat provide 9 calories per gram compared to 4 calories per gram from protein which is the good substitute of low fat diet to fat (American Heart Association, 2004). 3....
Eading and Writing about Arguments
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...Arguments Reading and Writing about Arguments Attending a service or praying at home is the same Prayersare certainly vital in the life of human beings. It presents a way through which human beings communicate with God. In prayers, one praises and gives thanks to God for the gift of life and health. Prayers provide a means through which a person expresses their gratitude to God for his precious acts. All Christians make their requests to God through prayer and supplication. One should always pray to request for assistance from God. Prayers should always be everyone's first resort since we should always invite God first under various life situations. Just like the way... ? Reading and Writing about...
Arguments for and against Abortion
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...Arguments for and against Abortion Grade (4th, Nov. Arguments for and against Abortion Part The issue of abortion has been controversial for a long time. While some people argue that it is acceptable, others argue that it is wrong. Mary Anne Warren argues that abortion is not wrong. In support of her argument, she presents the following facts: According to Mary Anne Warren, abortion is not wrong because; removing a fetus from a mother’s womb is not taking away the life of a human being (Ford, 2002). According to her, killing a human being is wrong. However, a fetus does not qualify to be a human being because it does not have consciousness...
Armerican Revolutionary War (Constitutional Arguments)
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...Arguments) It has become fashionable to support the present attempts of the American Colonies to separatethemselves quite completely from their previous attachment to the British state. While there may be many tempting reasons to pursue this line of action, not least the benefit of keeping all the riches of this wonderful continent for the benefit of our small colonial societies, there are significant reasons why these moves are ill judged and doomed to fail. The proposal to set up a fully independent American confederation, with separate laws and no allegiance to the British crown should be opposed on three main grounds: it is legally wrong, it is morally... ?American Revolutionary War (Constitutional...
Fallacious Arguments and Psychological Tactics
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...Arguments and Psychological Tactics Teacher               Fallacious Arguments and Psychological Tactics As the implies, the article is about more British people who are now employed. This actually translated to 154,000 new jobs between September and December. In this case, the number of people working increased by almost 200,000 while the number of part-time workers was reduced by 43,000. These are indeed good economic times for Great Britain, as the article implies (Gye, 2013). The article may actually be using accurate statistics but it does employ some rhetorical devices in the article. In fact, the author somehow uses several hyperboles in order to exaggerate the mere increase... Fallacious...
Abortion Arguments on Pro Choice
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...argument that began several decades ago and the argument is far from over. In the world there are several countries that have legalized abortion at any point before birth whereas others have banned its practice completely. Many arguments have been raised concerning the issue of abortion with people asking whether it is a modern lifestyle as a result of globalization, is it morally acceptable and is it the choice of women to make such decisions. There are many facts that have been given from both the opposers and proponent... of legalization of abortion. The argument for the pro choice and pro life is gaining momentum day in day out. This essay focuses on the...
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