Craft sites the 23rd chapter fo Deuteronomy, 15th and 16th verses, which says, “thou shalt not deliver unto his master the servant which is escaped from his master unto thee.” If slave-holders are good Christians, they would realize they are acting against God’s will by keeping slaves in bondage.Many people in the South believed that it was a cruel thing to turn blacks loose without a master to take care of them, but Craft makes the point that several slaves who were emancipated got along well.Craft contradicts Fitzhugh’s idea that blacks are free, and whites must work for nothing, by saying that black slaves had to give up all their hard earning to tyrants.Craft believes that the United States should be ashamed of the way they dehumaniz...
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* Rule of Length: Juries are easily bored, so keep your closing remarks to between 2-3 minutes in length.* 100 POINTS and 10 bonus points will be awarded to the closing argument deemed most effective by the class!* Must include at least one (1) example of polysyndeton and one (1) of asyndeton * Must include at least two (2) examples EACH of ethos, logos, and pathos * Must be organized in a manner that is coherent and supports your argument * Have a clear beginning, middle, and end to the speech .Now that you’ve read “Lamb to the Slaughter” and studied the nuances of crafting a persuasive argument, pretend you are the defense attorney for Mary Maloney.If you need to look up the stipulations for such an argument, please do so.
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Socrates states, “Anyone who intends to practise his craft well never does or orders but his best for himself ” (Plato, 23).In conclusion, Socrates’ contradiction to Thrasymachus may be convincing for Plato’s Greek audience, but it is not anyway convincing to the modern reader.Socrates’ idea of justice can only be valid in the future of Socrates’ lifetime in Socrates’ view.In producing a counter argument to Thrasymachus’ claim that justice is the advantage of the stronger, Socrates bases his argument enourmously on sentimentality and prejudice.It is only possible by changing the realities of the world in a manner to suit Socrates’ ideology.
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think comment about ‘strategy’ in Tuomey’s quote is useful since it’s a shift from craft as ‘manual grafting’ to craft as ‘strategic thinking’- very interesting – the crafting occurs then within both the process and the product – think I might bring this into my next paper- will reference you ORLA for inspiration !Explain the relevance of this – draw out the argument… and does this sit under title digital ornamentation .. Link textile + craft.Think you need to rehease whay you were saying in this section and why – as a reader I can get each statement but not the overall argument – perhaps some mini conclusion at end of sections – or re-statement of argument .. By the mid-twentieth century, largely influenced by the work of Frei Otto, a...
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The two philosophers therefore share similar views on the nature of reason, happiness, justice, and virtue: all these concepts are interrelated and necessary for each other to exist.Just like Plato, Aristotle dismisses the idea that justice is any kind of craft.However, even though Aristotle gives a formal definition of the human function by the end of Book I in Nicomachean Ethics, Plato does not.However, the exact definition of justice (without which it is impossible to define happiness) is not given at the end of Book I. Socrates makes an admission of this inability towards the end: “for when I do not know what justice is, I will hardly know whether it is a kind of virtue or not, or whether a person who has it is happy or unhappy” (Rep...
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“Craft” here is taken to mean something similar to “business” or “expertise” and some crafts mentioned in that part of the dialogue are: cooking, medicine, boatbuilding, horse breeding, being the captain of a ship, lyre playing, “soldiery and musicianship” etc (Republic 6-9).The conclusions they draw (and even the examples they use) concern communities and in particular, the city-state [polis].The final addition to this argument is that it is impossible for a human being to be happy without the exercise of virtue and justice (Republic, 31).He raises the question but the answer is not yet given.Just like Plato, Aristotle dismisses the idea that justice is any kind of craft.
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Inflexibility, refusing to hear the other side of the argument.The audience should consider the persuader sensible, as well as sufficient.Edit out loud, you can amplify your argument with this technique.Change word order; weight both sides to sum up the argument on your own terms.Humiliation, an argument set out to make fun of your opponent, not to make a choice.
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An argument that Trouillot makes is that the Haitian revolution was viewed by the West as a unthinkable history for couple reasons.To summarize this paper one can clearly see that Haitian revolution is clear example of how silences in history of the world are produced.Through the examples that are shown in four chapters I will elaborate and explain how Trouillots theory can explain his claim about world history phenomena that the history of developing nations are being silenced, and history that we know today was crafted majorly by the West without taking to account the opposite.In addition to that important to note that by looking at the production of history one can understand by whom for whom a history was made.Further as Trouillot ex...
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In the end, it showed that everyone has a different view point on how things are done and how certain aspects of life work, but in reality everyone’s reality is different as to what form of pleasure they would like to attain or what kind of virtuous person they would like to be in the end.Later it revealed that people who are masters at their craft believe that they know other crafts as well making them ignorant in some cases.This causes the main argument for the debate between Socrates and Protagoras as Socrates is sceptical on whether or not Protagoras can teach someone to be good or virtuous.In the Protagoras, both Socrates and Protagoras make an argument as to whether or not virtue can or cannot be taught.As a result, it allowed them...
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This adds to his implicit argument and shows the reader that Ireland is not helpless, it just needs English attention.This argument is explicit and he uses this explicit argument to bring about an implicit argument, and it works.He continues by saying, “Therefore let no man talk to me of other expedients...” Swift then goes on to list a plethora of ideas to help fix the problem (p.300).Both the explicit and the implicit arguments are well crafted and complete.Swift makes this essay more than a satire made to shock and humor its audience.
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Similarly Goold reviewed Rumelt’s approach which favours planning as well as Mintzberg and Pascale’s approach which favours emergence in the Honda effect and established that there is no best way to strategic approach but the approaches offer insights and assistance to which allows Managers use what is valuable within each approach whilst noting limitations of the approaches (Goold 1996a: 102).It is important to note that “effective strategies develop in several ways and strange places as there is no one best way to craft strategy” (Mintzberg 1987a: 70) .This is also seen in Quinn’s (1980) discussion of “logical incrementalism” that classifies strategy as a learning as well as a manoeuvring process (cited in Mintzberg and McHugh 1985: 19...
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Now, even though this might seem as a strengthening strategy, it might also work as a fallacy, since the issue does not only include the bystander (to be portrayed by the viewer), but also the dying patient, and by appealing only to the bystander’s thoughts and not the patient’s, the argument might be thought of as selfish or blunt and work against the piece.To present their argument, the author employs different strategies.The organization does not look fervent to demonstrate support for their ad, given that the letters possessing their name in the piece are considerably small compared to the other visual effects in the proposed argument, which in turn may as a result engage the viewer more in the argument, but make him disregard the or...
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...teacher and mentor seem more consistent.Consequently, Socrates has been shown to have made a systematic defense, contradicting his opening statements and undermining the ethos he sought to establish in the beginning of the dialog.Perhaps Plato was as committed to the truth as Socrates was and simply wanted to give us an accurate historical account of his beloved instructor.All of this works against him.He had the presence of mind to attack the credibility of his accusers before stating his case.
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How is it being imitated, is the imitation a straight copy, a distortion or an improvement in some way?The argument is based largely on the theory of Forms and certain relations between the art of poetry and painting.Indeed, their phrase for what we think of as “fine art” was “imitative arts”, and great importance was attached to poetry as an integral part of the Greek education.Some questions naturally spring from this broad theory of art, for example: what exactly is being imitated by the poet or artist?Ancient Greek thought held that poetry, drama, and other forms of fine art were imitations of reality, a reality that could be actual or potential.
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In relation to this difference between art and craft it is also advantageous to mention the classification between fine and useful arts, argued by Hegarty.However, some scholars believe that food cannot be thought as art because of its function, such as M.L.Quinet(1981), who has the argument that the function of art is to provide an object for aesthetic contemplations and, on the other hand, the food’s function is its consumption, which causes that these two concepts cannot be associated.Food can be related to this last idea of fine art, as well as theatre, music or dance(Anson,2006), an idea that can also be known as minor art.Bicolour wafers of carrot and beet (2004) .Quinet, who thinks that food cannot be considered art in general ter...
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At the end of the day, the dispute over the necessitation of design evolution will rage for years to come, the important factor which I cannot emphasise enough is the compromise, the balance, the equilibrium, and however many other words there are to describe the simple fact that both are equally as important as the other.The investigation I carried out made this all too apparent, that relying upon technology to carry a design from inception to creation is a vitally flawed theory, and that without sacrifice of man hours and effort with my own skills, my envelope would be nowhere near as thorough or well designed, not saying that it is a perfect example, but what designer is without his or hers mistakes?The attention to detail absorbed th...
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ÇaÄŸatay (1989) said that every craft guild had 2 kinds of members such as internal (dahili) and external (harici).Craftsmen believed that their pir who had first started their craft was a prophet.In every craft-guild, there was mütevelliwho was taking care of every kind of problems about their craft.Craftsmen had to give priority to his craft more than everything.I saw that my argument was true.
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Which is the weakest paper of the three and why?Which is the strongest paper of the three and why?Is the argument internally and externally consistent?What theories are the main focus of the argument?)Or is it useful in some other way?
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For those who have made a study of philosophy, this meaning is not correct and misses the point of a true philosophical argument.Frequently, those who are not associated with the study of philosophy use their opinions and beliefs as a basis for an argument and believe that this is a sufficient philosophical discussion.In discussing the first meaning, or a person’s thoughts or assumptions about a particular subject, this is a common idea for those who are not associated or have not made a study of philosophy.When discussing a person’s personal philosophy, the expression ‘my philosophy on that is’ is not... .Philosophy is a well-known term that has different meanings to those who use the word.
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If the argument made in a paper is a straw man, I can tear it down to pieces.When I construct an argument, I take into consideration the mood and the feelings of the audience.I have learned the art of criticizing and the responsibility of being a socially conscious writer.S, The New University of Houston Downtown Guide to College Writing: English 1310, Houston, TX, University of Houston Downtown, 2000. .I have learned to write clearly, effectively, analyze target audience, map and outline papers, modify and tidy up my work.
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To focus on race is not only ineffective but violates individuals’ civil rights.One possible solution is to move towards a more technical definition of suspicious behavior in an effort to remove human judgment from security decisions.Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 2005.Fred D. White and Simone J. Billings.Bork, Robert H. "Civil Liberties After 9/11."
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I do find Epstein?s argument convincing regarding Employment at Will with respect to the employers and employees being essentially even.As one that is currently working in a state that exercises the Employment at Will, and having recently retired from military service, which exercises Due Process, they both have their merits and applicability.I see his argument as support to those that do whistle-blow and their conduct and actions are mislabeled as being dis-loyal to the company.He supports his argument by stating the freedom of contract is a basic liberty akin to our freedom to choose marriage partners or religion.Do you find this argument convincing?Duska?s argument contends that an individual is not being dis-loyal to the company when...
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At the same time, this would remove any possibility of an opposing argument, which is one of the main premises of argumentation to argue your point and deter from the opposing.When called into question, the author or speaker may only return back to the original argument after he or she has sufficiently answered the questioner’s wonders.Chapter three, “The Layouts of Arguments,” of Toulmin’s The Uses of Argument described a model that can be applied to an argumentative piece of text.I believe that the model is well crafted and fit well with argumentation text, I just fell that the backing may not be the climax of the argument as anything even universally accepted facts may at any time be called into question, and the data or backing used ...
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He creates a picture of an implausible situation, such as a “cat on a leash,” allowing the reader to see how inconceivable it is.By using words such as “capture” and “imprison,” the reader receives emotions of sympathy towards cats, unable to agree with the injustice they receive.He creates an almost eerie setting by measuring the liberty of cats to humans.In his statement of veto of the “Cat Bill,” Governor Stevenson manifests sarcastic diction to appeal to common sense and knowledge, and uses examples of personification and dramatization to craft his effective argument ridiculing the bill.Through his argument, he is able to obtain the reader’s sympathy towards cats.
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Students always remember the days when William Morris led the Art Craft Reform and those modern designs from Bauhaus.For example, a great deal of mathematical regulation can be found in the designs made by nature and some of these patterns physically contribute to structure in architecture.Finally, design being a compulsory subject in high school has strong connection with other subjects.Not only the arts knowledge but also the science ones can be obtained from various designs.For example, students are aware how to dress up in a fashionable way or how to choose tasteful as well as functional furniture to decorate their homes, making their lives more enjoyable.
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At its roots, relativism seems to be a fair argument for tolerance and for cultures to stay together.Then those principles are interpreted by a culture and society, which then decides how it implements them into its existence.She uses the argument of normality: each culture defines what behavior is normal to fit the behavior of the majority.By removing value judgments from a person’s behavior he is left with no motive to behave in a moral fashion, because he can craft a moral principle to suit every behavior.Principles of morality that effect an entire culture or society should be based on a majority decision, not the beliefs of a few.
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Saletan effectively presents dog-eating Koreans, people whose dietary practice seems grotesque to many people, as the victims of foreign bullying, and leaves the reader no choice but to support them.Ultimately, William Saletan argues his point very well in ?Wok the Dog.?Saletan argues that it is the same activists who base their arguments on ending cruelty against dogs who are trying to keep new, more humane methods from being adopted.and this takes away the foundation for the overarching argument that eating dog meat is unsightly and wrong, and exposes the arguments for what they truly are; an attack by westerners against a foreign practice that they find odd.in which he makes an interesting and well crafted argument supporting the Kore...
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The argument hinges on a watch metaphor, and as will be shown, this metaphor will prove inaccurate in explaining the creation of the universe.Although the conclusions are valid, the argument makes several logical errors.William Paley’s teleological argument (also known as the argument from design) is an attempt to prove the existence of god.The content of this argument refuses to account for evolutionary theory, and fails to solve the burden of proof in showing how everything is designed deliberately.Although the argument proves that an amalgamation of forces formed the universe, to consider them conscious is begging the question.
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As well there are the ideas of the institutionalists such as Douglas North who generally regard political figures as the most transitory elements in a society, and regard societies as in their essence evolutionary.The first flows gradually and in a crafted naturalness into a discussion of political philosophy and political science.While I may have mistook the general tenor of his argument it seems to me that Al-farabi does not see his virtuous city as requiring coercion or coercive tactics by the leadership.Al-farabi’s Virtuous city would be less dependent on the rigorous programmle based and not capricious it must be promulgated , prospective in action, understandable, and actions undertaken by the regime toward an individual under the ...
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Flynn’s argument displays how colleges are basically a business... .The Well-crafted Argument: Across the Curriculum.The Huffington Post.Boston, MA: Wadsworth Cengage Learning, 2013.White, Fred D., and Simone J. Billings.
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