Analysis Of The Good, The Bad, And The Evil By Michael Green

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The Good, The Bad, and The Evil: A Look at the Word Today
In the beginning of modern civilization, there was a concern that the world would become more violent; however, Steven Pinker sheds a new light on the fact that violence is actually declining. Over many centuries, the world has become a more tranquil place for humans to live. Michael Green further explores this hypothesis by illustrating that the world over many years is becoming a better place for societies all over the world. Pinker is able to attract the audience into his presentation by starting out with big ideas and slowly moving into smaller and more detailed ideas that illustrate the level of violence is decreasing overtime. He also engages the audience in the beginning by showing a picture of the most disturbing concentration camp during the Holocaust. Michael Green starts his presentation by showing the audience the goals that the
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Both Pinker and Green achieve this goal because they draw historical facts and statistics from multiple different sources and time periods. Although the two speakers had similar, yet, different topics, they both established credibility with the use of specific facts. For example, in the speech by Steven Pinker, states that violence is declining exponentially. Pinker believes that the humans that lived in earlier time periods are more violence than we are today. Pinker believes that since humans in earlier times were hunter gatherers, they would be more violent because they had to compete for food and survival. Unlike Pinker, Michael Green applies a specific formula to show the audience how we can make the world a better place. Greene explains that the United Nations had put together a set of goals that the countries in the world had to achieve by 2015. The goal that he uses to illustrate this point is the level of poverty in the

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