Argument Essay Topics

Persuasive argument

If one turns the pages history, one learns about the suppression of women’s rights. Men dominated in every aspect of life. If you analyze threadbare, cruelties continue to be heaped on them in many societies and countries even now. In countries where the laws framed by the government and the social system suppress their spirit,… View Article

Casual Arguments

     Casual arguments occur daily and take place spontaneously, as they are embedded into our character through outside sources which naturally influence and help shape our personality, actions and way of thinking.  It is human instinct to defend our convictions and if we are exposed to a situation where our convictions are contradicted our senses… View Article

Analyzing Argumentation: A Comparative Essay

Global financial crisis is one of the most challenging problems that the world is experiencing right now. Many countries have been affected by this dilemma which is characterized by the backlash of the economy, the bankruptcy of many corporations, and most of people falling under unemployment. This kind of situation is also creating difficulties even… View Article

The Classic Universalist Argument: Russell versus Quine

This paper will seek to summarize and comment upon the classic battle between realists and nominalists, a very old, yet fundamental battle that affect’s one’s entire outlook on the universe and morality. The very simple way to summarize the issue is that realists, following Plato and Augustine, hold that the real world exists in a… View Article

Evaluating an Argument

In Gary Bauslaugh’s essay “Zero Tolerance”, there were five (5) arguments leading to the overall impact of the work. To begin with, Bauslaugh states, “The current trend for public officials to talk of “zero tolerance” has arisen because it seems to express public frustration with the lack of justice in the world. It seems to… View Article

Definition Argument

Artists often lead lives of mystery and the legacy of their art leave little clues for generations of admirers. Very little is known about Johannes Vermeer’s personal life, but his three-dozen paintings have given generations of art lovers fuel for speculation. The mystery surrounding one of Vermeer’s iconic paintings is imaginatively answered in the movie… View Article

A Little Literature: Reading, Writing, Argument

“A Little Literature: Reading, Writing, Argument” is a book that spans across multiple genres of literature and allows the reader to get a taste of classical and contemporary issues regarding the different values of society and how they evolve amongst secondary cultures (Barnet). The man to send rain clouds, by Leslie Marmon Silko “The man… View Article

Logical Argument

Overall paper thesis: The Freemason sub-culture appeals to potential members with a combination of logical aspects, emotional appeal, and aspects of overall credibility. Members are generally drawn to the group because of one of these three, but they all combine to create the compelling sub-culture. Logical Argument The logical appeal of the Freemason society is… View Article

What Mary Didn’t Know

The knowledge argument aims to refute physicalism, the belief that the world is entirely physical. Physicalism, also known as materialism, is the view that an individual’s experiences are subjective as it follows the strain of the conscious mind. It plays with the idea that an individual’s understanding of the world could be fulfilled through physical… View Article

Analysis and evaluation of argument

First and foremost, it needs to be noted that all sources are reliable and credible enough. For instance, the history of wage growth, provided by the U. S. Department of Labor, is based upon official national statistics, gathered from surveys and reports, as well as the account of the institution’s experts. In fact, wage studies… View Article

Learning Team Deliverable

Credibility is the most important part of the group’s discussion last week. The members of the team agreed that credible sources must have a backup make a valid argument otherwise an argument or claims could become an opinion or an invalid argument. One disadvantage of not having credible information is it could tarnish one’s reputation… View Article

Critical Thinking Case Study

Describe all assumptions you see in any documents. Kelly Thomas – Senior Engineer, Product Development1. Assumed AcuScan’s customers would not be happy with just anything developed and launched. 2. Assumed Pat did not have any technology experience previous job in the cereal industry. 3. Assumed Pat was talking to the programmers without Kelly’s knowledge or… View Article

Taking a “War of Words” Too Literally

Tannen’s claim is true enough with profound substance. Hot topics are taken by media to the extent of being pugnacious. They find it amazing I guess. As one side says something the other camp deliberately disputes it. And this is where the media plays along – it is how they treat the subject to open… View Article

Ethos, Logos, Pathos: Three Ways to Persuade

The Greek word ethos is related(связанные) to our word ethics or ethical, but a more accurate(точный) modern translation might be “image. ” Aristotle uses ethos to refer to the speaker’s character as it appears to the audience. Aristotle says that if we believe that a speaker has good sense, good moral character, and goodwill, we… View Article

Rational vs. Non-Rational Propaganda

There are two kinds of propaganda – rational propaganda in favor of action that is consonant with the enlightened self-interest of those who make it and those to whom it is addressed, and non-rational propaganda that is not consonant with anybody’s enlightened self-interest, but is dictated by, and appeals to, passion. Were the actions of… View Article