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    I had a printout that outlined my topic (hydraulic fracturing), my opinion on the topic, supporting arguments, evidence for the arguments, and my counter arguments with a refuting counter argument. I used the feedback I received from my classmates and Dr. Pisano to review my outline with a new perspective. I was then able to rework my outline and add any additional information to complete this task. Classroom participation and feedback was vital to my success. Research Essay Draft I used my outline to start writing my draft, and I thought I had everything in place then I found myself struggling with the order of my information. I knew I had over thought the process and starting doubting how I was writing my paper. The eLearning info suggested stepping away and taking a break from the paper. I then came back to the task and reread, reordered and rewrote the sections that needed work. This…

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    Case For Reparations

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    Ta-Nehisi Coates’s The Atlantic article “The Case for Reparations” forges an assertion on the controversial subject of slavery reparations. Accordingly, the evidence, structure, and thesis of the argument should uphold a level of both professionalism and pragmatism in supporting the argument. While Coates’ supports his arguments with facets from the physical, economic, social, and political aspects of injustice with according evidence, the lack of cohesiveness from the text weakens the…

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    A good example? MTV Movie Awards is an annual show hosted by different celebrities . People vote for their favourites online and sometimes the award categories can be quite strange, such as "Best Death". The nominees gather in the audience and the winners are called up on the stage to say an acceptance speech. They are recorded and streamed on the internet for the whole world, so they are expected to behave properly, although that is not always the case. Last month, during the Movie Awards,…

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    We have arrived to our third stop, the complex, busy and hectic city, EWP Outcome #3! The third outcome aims "to produce complex, analytic, persuasive arguments that matter in academic contexts." I believe that the first and second major paper demonstrate my ability to derive a complex claim in order to make a compelling argument. 1. The argument is appropriately complex, based in a claim that emerges from and explores a line of inquiry. In the first major paper, I have produced a complex…

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    will likely encounter people who disagree with you, whether you're trying to inform them about a general topic or persuade them to think, believe, or do something. Some of the counterarguments, critiques, and questions they offer may be excellent ones; others may reflect ignorance about the topic or the audience's distrust of you, the speaker. This week, your discussion is about how you deal with counterarguments and detractors in a real-life speech. In your initial post, identify three…

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    Outcome 3 explores what it takes for a writer to produce complex, analytical, persuasive arguments that contribute to the conversation of existing research and matter in academic contexts. It is important for a writer, when developing a complex and analytical claim, to implement the stakes of the argument, and why the argument matters to their field of research. If the argument has no purpose, then the writers desired audience have no reason to read it. It is also vital for the writer to…

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    Both Cooper’s and King 's works, “In defense of black rage” and letter from birmingham jail” both use the three rhetoric 's: Ethos, Pathos, and Logos, as well as strategies like providing counter-argument that further supports their goals. I will explain how similar they are by exploring ethos and logos while understanding why those methods of argumentation is effective in persuading the reader. Cooper’s “In defense of black rage”, asks questions like: why would an unarmed teen go against an…

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    This seems reasonable to believe since Clifford’s whole argument is based upon the principle of having sufficient evidence. But what evidence does a person have to leave a question unanswered? Their decision to do so would mean that one would believe that there is sufficient evidence to make a decision but contradicts the fact that Clifford says there was not sufficient evidence. James believes that this is one aspect of Clifford’s argument that he does not agree with. James does not agree with…

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    There is no right or wrong decision to buy the shoes, or not, in this decision it is best to remain neutral showing the pros and cons of this decision. In a debate to buy or not a new pair of expensive and designer shoes. Eddie and his mother have a dilemma, Eddie has enough money to buy a pair of expensive, designer, and trendy shoes. Eddie believes that if he puts his money towards the shoes he could buy happiness. Meanwhile Eddie’s mother believes happiness cannot be purchased, but memories…

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    Benevolent Lies Analysis

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    Hill brings up a series of principles of autonomy and three specific cases of benevolent lies in order to show that how those principles of autonomy reject the benevolent lie in the specific cases. In the ideal of autonomy, it is against benevolent lies by claiming that benevolently lying restricts people to acquire the real information about their situation (Hill 264), so benevolently lying infringes the autonomy of the one who is deceived. Then, his lists out two possible objections of his…

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