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    The Republic by Plato

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    that the governments, which are the stronger parties, always pass laws based on their own interest, and then argues that subjects must always obey these laws, therefore morality is the advantage of the stronger. Socrates gives two sets of counter arguments. First, by differentiating apparent advantage and actual advantage to the stronger, Socrates argues that the obedience to the laws by the subjects can be occasionally not in the actual interest of the rulers. Second, by claiming that all craftsmen

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    opinions about whether or not religious beliefs are expensive tastes. Overall, Maclure and Taylor are not successful in convincing their readers that religious beliefs are a legitimate reason for accommodation, rather, their counter arguments are more convincing than their arguments. Maclure and Taylor argue that it is better to seek ways to limit the potential abuses that come with accommodation

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    builds his argument using the Rhetorical devices anecdote, hypophora and rhetorical question; however, the limited use of procatalepsis weakens his argument a little bit. In his article, Marino writes about if we should do what we love or do what we do not what to

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    Compatibilism Paper

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    in detail. Second, I will explain the case of rational, self-sacrifice objection. Third, I will argue that the case of rational, self-sacrifice is lacking Fourth, I will argue an objection to my argument for the weather-vane objection. Finally, I will argue a rebuttal to the objection against my argument. The weather-van theory states that a free weather-vane and a stuck weather-vane are different. A free weather-vane functions correctly in that it can react to changes in the wind’s direction. The

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    nature of Dewitt’s argument having possibly had the same experience in teaching this subject. Secondly DeWitt helps make his argument believable by addressing the audience after telling his story by asking “So this stuff is not that hard right? And now all of you understand it.” He does this to show that the way he told the story about the subject rather than quoting science terms from a book, helps to make science more understandable. Dewitt attempts to support his argument one last time by saying

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    LEVEL 1 Conclusion of main argument: Paul’s main argument in What You Can’t Expect When You’re Expecting is that it is impossible to make certain decisions rationally by imagining what it would be like if you chose one choice vs the other. This argument centers around decisions that involve transformative experiences; these experiences can be epistemically transformative in that one does not have the adequate information to predict what an experience will be like or personally transformative in that

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    writing and her bipolar disorder. Then, Woolf acknowledged the counter argument and refuted it in order to appeal to her logical reasoning. When she noticed the moth was having difficulties raising himself up, she “stretched out a pencil, meaning to help him to right himself, [but] it came over [her] that the failure and awkwardness were the approach of death. [She] laid the pencil down again” (2). She stated that the counter argument in which one should help those during their weak states, but she refuted

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    Research Essay Planning Worksheet Write a topic sentence for each argument, and dot points to complete the plan Topic: The NSW government’s response to fatalities caused by ‘king hits’ falls short of what is required. Do you agree? Introduction Sources Background information: “King hit” (coward’s punch) = sudden knockout blow / to punch someone suddenly and hard. More often than not unprovoked and attackers under influence of alcohol. Newcastle first to implement lock out laws and restriction of

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    Roots and Routes

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    Bethel through her engagement of tones that are satirical, sarcastic and pensive makes an effective argument as to the fluidity of the Bahamian national identity. Whenever Bethel describes people thinking that “one” thing describes the national identity she always uses a sarcastic tone referring to that viewpoint as “absurd”, “extol” or puts air quotes around worlds like “authentically Bahamian.” However, when she describes her viewpoint she has a pensive tone with use of inclusive language like

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    establishes Turkles article as a more effective mandatory reading for a current events college course are her credentials, incorporation of investigative findings while maintaining a strong narrative voice, use of critical thinking to counter popular arguments, and an overall proposition of a solution to the aforementioned problem. Carr’s article does have advantages, primarily how his writing draws the reader’s atte... ... middle of paper ... ...of the textbook committee to find a more suitable example

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