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Human thinking is a complicated matter to say the least. Most of one's original thoughts and ideas are based merely on perception rather than logic. How does logic relate to human perception? This paper will try to give an answer to that question. In this paper, the author will examine his thinking process and give an example of a situation in which his perception was not reality.
Is perception reality? Perception and reality is not the same thing. Perception can be boiled down to a person's process of receiving and translating experiences. This process can make of a large part of how an individual thinks in general. Using perception, a person can deduce the outcome of a
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2 October 2018
The logic of Stupid Poor People
Primary Argument: The importance of having items can represents status.
I. Ms. Cottom talks about how everyone wants to belong and how they would go out of their way to fit in. “Status Symbol; silk shells, designer shoes, luxury handbags- become keys to unlock this gate.” (pg. 1011). Wearing designer clothes or dressing nice can make a great first impression.
II. Ms. Cottom talks about, “To be acceptable is about gaining access to a limited set of rewards granted up group membership”. (Pg. 1014). By presenting yourself correctly you could be brought up in status. Also, by how you present yourself can open new
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The logic of "Toward a New Paradigm for the Management of Obesity"The main purpose of this article is to take a look at the determinants of obesity, evaluate the efforts and results of current weight management programs, offer suggestions for change from the traditional weight control approach, and discuss the implications for health education.The key question that the author is addressing is what are the ways other than the reduction of calories that have proven to be effective in weight control that would be beneficial to people whom are overweight, obese, or have problems with weight management that wont expose them to psychological and physiological dangers.The most important
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LA 255: College Math
Instructor: Maya Akpinar
Computer Arts of Boolean algebra
It may sound like a tough topic for an art major student, but Boolean
algebra is very easy to explain and to understand. It represents the simplest of all
the logics and the very basis of computing. Today, globally almost all of the
school are still teaching students about Boolean Logic. Why we will still use
Boolean algebra? In this project, all the examples will demonstrate that boolean
algebra is one of the most significant algebra in computer science area.
Logic, logic everywhere. Computers and logic are inseparable. They are
now but at the start things were much more unclear
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Logic Test Review
1. What are the two main branches of logic?
Deduction: Involves drawing a specific conclusion from a general statement or premise, going from the big picture to the small picture.
Example of Deduction: The statement that “all birds have beaks” would lead me to deduce that if I am a bird, I must have a beak.
Induction: Starts with observing a particular “thing” and drawing a generalization from that, going from the little picture to the big.
Example of Induction: If you played soccer two days ago and that evening had a sore knee, AND if you played soccer yesterday and last night you had a sore knee AND if you play soccer today and tonight you have a sore knee, you would
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program executes, the virus is loaded into the computer's memory. Once a virus is in memory, it can spreads to any floppy disk inserted into the computer. A file virus inserts virus code into program files. The virus then spreads to any program that accesses the infected file. A Trojan horse virus (names after the Greek myth) hides within or is designed to look like a legitimate program.Some viruses interrupt processing by freezing a computer system temporarily and then displaying sounds or messages. Other viruses contain time bombs or logic bombs. A time bomb is a program that performs activity on a particular date. A logic bomb is a program that performs an activity when a certain action
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James Berardinelli's film review of 'I am Sam' is a considerably biased outlook on an otherwise monumental film with dazzling performances by Sean Penn and Michelle Pfiefer. Berardinelli is convinced that this film was just 'tear jerker' that was created with a sole purpose to win or at least be a nominee for the Oscars. Berardinelli is unenthusiastic and sometimes sarcastic tone add to his cynical opinion of this film.This critic claims that his film is 'to be regarded as a 'tear jerker', his belief is from the fact that there are more emotions involved throughout it's 'fanciful screenplay' and less logic. Berardinelli's stance is somewhat understandable yet I find it unconvincing . The
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makeup and have their hair tied back in a ponytail. The purpose was to step away from the objectification of the women and amplify their intelligence through a game of logic. The ad is effective in projecting the characters as powerful in a game that does not require physical strength.
The women depicted represent the diverse variety of roles that current day women can achieve. The advertisement was effective in deciding not to use gender stereotypes to reach its target audience. The changing role structure in society has an effect on the way in which the advertisers choose to depict women. Women's chess is an empowering sport that is logic oriented. The add expresses humor through irony of
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deliberately outrageous logic; realistic, ironic, and sometimes cynical in his treatment of the complexity of human motives, whether in matters of love or religion.Reputation-decline in 18th-19th centuries during which time they were seen as interesting but perversely ingenious and obscure eccentrics.; big upsurge in the 20th due to the favourable press from the likes of T.S. Eliot and Dylan Thomas.Metaphysical Conceit->a highly ingenious kind of conceit widely used by the metaphysical poets, who explored all areas of knowledge to find, in the startlingly esoteric or the shockingly commonplace, telling and unusual analogies for their ideas. Metaphysical conceits often exploit verbal logic to
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. Technology can also lead to confusion when searching the Internet because knowledge of the proper use of Internet-based filter tools has a large impact on the quality of information. Boolean logic is a standardized concept language but different implementations on different search engines add to the confusion when trying to research a subject. Also the authors believe you are overwhelmed with irrelevant information using any search engine, but the most relevant hit always show up first. You may have to look through two or three pages of hits, but you are only talking about 30 links. I never look past the third page on any search engine.I believe the authors are assuming that the majority of
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10 December 2018
Symbols: A Deeper Connection
The world is an unsafe place – at least according to the protagonist of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, Christopher Boone. Anything unfamiliar or strange looking will inflict fear in his eyes. He’s usually always okay if he stays within his comfort zone. Circumstances in the book thrust Christopher out of his safety bubble though, forcing him to find coping strategies. These strategies are displayed in The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time through various symbols with deep meanings.
Logic problems, math equations and maps symbolize the world where everything is logical
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that are from other mothers. While I’m not a mother myself, I was a little girl once
who loved to play with barbies and baby dolls. My parents never opened my eyes to other toys,
nor did I really want to play with anything other than my cabbage patch doll. In doing my
research, I see the cons of only allowing children to play with a specific gender of toys. I will
discuss this directly after my intro, to gain trust from my audience.
I will also use Logos, or logic. In the last 5 years, research has shown that negative
effects of gendered toys. To introduce this to my audience, I will use my source, “Gendered Toys
Could Deter Girls From Careers in Engineering.” This source uses lots of
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as calculators, formulas and computers by a more knowledgeable peer or adult, in turn developing the mental tools that allow them to think for themselves. These are inclusive of traits such as private speech that children and adolescence use to guide their actions (Duchesne, McMaugh 2016, pg. 105).
Karpov’s study comparing a child’s employment of cultural tools to that of apes explains that children learn to use tangible objects as maintained by their social meaning. For example the way in which a child controls a spoon is developed by following the “logic” of it. However to grasp the “logic” of the spoon it is often that an adult must demonstrate it’s mechanics so the child may imitate
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statement more acceptable.
Finally, logos are also used in the essay to emphasize his statement. He writes, “4-5 bucks” to states the real fact that people are willing to put themselves into that surroundings. He uses logos to discuss the logic in reader’s mind, like having “fun” watching a horror film. He states, “The fun comes from seeing others menaced – sometimes killed. Moreover, He always discusses the logic behind horror films by stating in the conclusion, which is very smart and effective, he writes, “as lifting a trap door in the civilized fore brain and throwing a basket or raw meat to the hungry alligators swimming around in that subterranean river beneath.” The alligator is the
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Part A: (3 slides max, 14pt min font) Specifically, in this assignment you asked to take each step of the human-centric design process and (i) describe the logic and key elements of each step as discussed in class, (ii) provide a specific example of how tools from each step can be applied to a single actual innovation opportunity in your team/business unit/organization and (c) explain how using this process can be more effective in your line of work.
My business unit develops set-top box products which are highly competitive and customer centric. Every customer wants customized products to target different geographic regions. For every product we start with a “?” phase where we define the
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Everyone has strengths and weaknesses, but as a child it's hard to deal with your weaknesses. It's not until you grow up and realize that you have to use your strengths to overcome your weaknesses. Combining logic with technology can be a useful tool. As a young child, I was diagnosed with juvenile diabetes. I couldn't understand why I was so different from everyone else. I had to take insulin injections to stay alive. This thought made me feel useless and, unknown to any normal human being, dependent on one tiny little bottle of liquid for life. Since then there have been many medical advancements dealing with this disease such as insulin inhalers, insulin pumps, and beta cell
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It is not so much the existence of departments and fields such as "English," "African American," "Women's Studies," and "Queer Theory" that is so much at issue as the type of scholarly practice predominating under these rubrics. A more judicious practice would reform epistemological paradigms, rather than more incidental administrative ones, highlight the fact that identities and identity studies do not exclusively concern fixed and particular social groups, and reveal a more elusive cultural logic that is deeply invested in making various groups visible and divisible in the first place. What set of routine principles underwrite such intuitive partitionings? Given this line of reasoning, it
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Professor John Fruncillo
October 12th, 2018.
Wittgenstein’s Language Concept
Ludwig Wittgenstein was born April 26th, 1889 in Vienna, Austria-Hungary. He was regarded by many as the greatest philosopher of the 20th century. Wittgenstein’s works were very instrumental in the twenty-century philosophy of language. He made a significant contribution to conversations on language, logic, and metaphysics and the way we should live in the world. Wittgenstein’s initial or early concepts of language, published in the “Tractatus Logico Philosophicus (1921)” and his later concepts of language which were published in the Philosophical Investigations (1953
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statement about all of the British troops coming to the colonies. He says " they are meant for us; they can be meant for no other" this is putting logic into play refuting what the parliament had been saying about the reason behind the troop shipments. Later on in Henrys speech he asks questions to the audience. This is an extremely effective rhetorical technique because it is making the audience ask themselves if they believe his logic. By supporting his intensely emotional speech with an appeal to the audiences sense of logic Henry makes his arguments even more persuasive.As far as which appeal is the most effective to the average listener to any persuasive work, most will agree that the
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Perspective is way of seeing or perceiving something. One perspective can be a block to progress whereas multiple perspectives often pave the way for greater success.
A single perspective is a block to progress in field or area. This was evident in Aristotle’s view of the elements. Aristotle, a Greek philosopher and scientist, studied the observable world and was made famous for his definition of elements. Aristotle attempted to separate elements by their qualities; hot and dry assigned to fire, hot and air assigned to air, cold and fluid assigned to water, cold and dry assigned to land (Text 1). Aristotle did not base his perspective on logic or evidence, rather he based it on
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J"ir"h Inocence A. S"mp"ng
Ms. Sh"woneki" Thom"s
30 J"nu"ry 2019
“Hook, Line, +nd Sinker”
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. If the 'arguer' truly believes that all Muslims are terrorists, they have used logical thinking correctly but have come to a wrong conclusion because of their 'false knowledge' or prejudice of Muslims. Most likely this occurs because the 'arguer' is basing his/her reasoning on personal knowledge/opinions. Culture's affect on logic usually occurs unintentionally and goes unnoticed. Because of the nature of humans and the different way our cultures have developed, these fallacies which occur are stronger for some cultures.Culture and individual beliefs are capable of affecting the premise and reasoning in every 'area' of thinking. Because all cultures are different, some are more likely to
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, torture, and brainwashing of Smith are intended not merely to break him physically or make him submit but to root out his independence and destroy his dignity and humanity.
To know and not to know, to be conscious of complete truthfulness while telling carefully constructed lies, to hold simultaneously two opinions which cancelled out, knowing them to be contradictory and believing in both of them, to use logic against logic, to repudiate morality while laying claim to it, to believe that democracy was impossible and that the Party was the guardian of democracy, to forget whatever it was necessary to forget, then to draw it back into memory again at the moment when it was needed, and then
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traffic light by coding(using the Arduino)
and/or Logic gates.
Introduction: In order to create the circuits we need to figure out the input and output of the
Logic gates(Nor gate and And gate were used) by using the truth tables to verify and theorize
that green only turns on when red and yellow are off and vise-versa .We also need to figure out
the variables needed for the 555 timer to time correctly make sure the light are 8 second for red 1
second for yellow and 7 second for green.
- 8x 330 ohm
- 1x 1k ohm
- 1x 10k ohm
- 9 volt (In simulation is the 5v power supply)
- Resistors on Arduino Board:
- 8x 330 ohm
- 555 Timer
- 7402 Nor
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shown that whereas the logic of language structure--its syntax--submits to programming, the problem of meaning, or semantics, lies far deeper, in the direction of true AI.In medicine, programs have been developed that analyze the disease symptoms, medical history, and laboratory test results of a patient, and then suggest a diagnosis to the physician. The diagnostic program is an example of so-called expert systems--programs designed to perform tasks in specialized areas as a human would. Expert systems take computers a step beyond straightforward programming, being based on a technique called rule-based inference, in which pre-established rule systems are used to process the data. Despite
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criminal capable of sympathy. If the thief knew what it was like to have his property taken, he would never do such a thing.Socrates thinks that it is better to suffer wrong than to do wrong. The logic he uses is that happiness comes from virtue and enlightenment. He thinks the experience of having been done wrong builds character. Wrong doers will have guilty consciences. He also maintains that the wrong doer will be caught and punished. Punishment will also lead to enlightenment, according to Socrates.Socrates states that punishment is better for the wrong doer in the end. Socrates believes in the existence of the soul. The soul must be cleansed to lead to enlightenment. Socrates argues that
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, because if she kills the flea, "three life" will end; the flea's, the speaker, and hers. The seduction continues with logic which she will become a murderer. John Milton's poems were written as a Petrarchan sonnet. Where he reveals himself "whem I consider how my light is spent / ere half my days in this dark world and wide." His giving an expression of his situation of not having a capability to see he has "and that one talent which is death to hide /lodged with me useless. Though my soul more bent." On the seventh line he wrote "doth god exact day-labor, light denied?" Which he explains that god expects work while being blind. He also wrote " god doth not need / either man's work or
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logic to be accepted in high school, often at the expense of others. Personally, I disapproved of his actions, but failed to take action myself. I didn't feel it was my place to make him conform to my own beliefs. Suggestions were as close as I came to controlling him.Finally, in the summer of my sophomore year, I had had enough. My feelings were shared by the entire group. Taking the initiative, I approached this individual in a firm, yet non-threatening manner. I explained to him the feelings of the group and gave him an ultimatum. He could either shape up or ship out. He chose to ship out.From then on he grew increasingly bitter toward me and the rest of my friends. He took any
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smarter. Stevens advocates that shows such as ER and 24 are only,"good at teaching you to think…about future episodes..." In Stevens view, watching all those hit dramas, 24 and ER will not increase your IQ anymore than the person who does not watch TV. I understand the logic behind Johnson's claim that shows with more complex story lines and loads of multi-threading can have a higher cognitive value when compared to the less complex and intense shows. However I am not convinced that watching these shows, is actually more beneficial then reading a novel, playing a round of chess, or any other activity. Johnson failed to prove that there were any legit benefits to watching TV over any other intellectual activity. Watching TV does not make you smarter, so don't kid yourself into thinking TV will make you any smarter.
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of abortionsAbortion harms not only the mother and baby, but it harms society as well. The aborted child could have done tremendous good for the world. 41 years ago on January, 22, 1973 abortion was made legal on that day all of the child's rights were taken and thrown out the window, the right to live and to breath was taken away from them.Choose murder? Can't follow all of the logic? Perhaps that's because it's illogical. Abortion is not a matter of politics. It's a matter of life and death, for 55 million and counting. Enough." (Oct. 8, 2013 - Mark Driscoll, MA).
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child was 65%. Errors made by both were semantic (logic) and not syntactic (according to syntax).
Kanzi shows he has the brain size and aptitude to learn symbolic representation and simple grammar.
Why some linguists believe this does and doesn’t show evidence of human language ability:
Many believe language is unique to humans. Steven Pinker and Noam Chomsky both believe primates don’t have the ability for human language. Noam Chomsky’s universal grammar theory defines language as a luxury and humans are the only species that have this skill and cognitive hardware. Noam Chomsky and his followers believe that the evolutionary spilt between primates and humans caused humans to be the only
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comparison to the “justness of [Shakespeare’s] moral, the aptness of many of his descriptions, and the plain and natural turn of several of his characters” (1 par 1 web). With this being said, early depictions did not take in account how moral code could be wiped out in order to connect with the logic of the plot or play. Simply, most interpretations could not fathom how Hamlet responded with revenge without actually being mad over the major events of the play, his father death through the final scene. This outlook changed once an anonymous pamphlet was released in 1736 attributed from Sir Thomas Hanner stating “Shakespeare makes the young Prince feign himself mad, there appears no reason at
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it is true without ever actually seeing any evidence. Tyson closes off the interview
by saying, “…but it’s not about me. It’s about the real world”. In a two minute interview, Tyson
is able to convey a powerful message about the how people should view religion through the use
of rhetorical appeals such as ethos, logos and pathos. Each appeal provides unique aspects that
strengthen Tyson’s argument that people should reconsider the way they look at God.
Throughout the interview, the most common use of a rhetorical appeal is Logos. Logos
refers to the use of logic and rational thinking to convey a certain message. Viewers can look at
an artifact such as this interview, and use the information
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asks her father for advice, “What would you advise”, “do you recommend”, “shall I”, as she wants to gain a comprehensive understanding of her father’s wishes and then to act accordingly. However, her intuitive nature could be seen as Louisa questioning her father’s authority and knowledge in a matter with such prevalence of lover: “still pursued the question”, this verb has connotations of an attack on something, in this case her father’s position of the proposal. The way she interrupts her father illustrates her acknowledgement of a weakness in her father’s logic, in this case the question of who should love whom and how to love them.
While Louisa respects her father, seen by the repeated
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Chuva’s planning for the Giver- Novel is better
· The movie moves too quickly, speeding through explanations and experiences where the book lingers.
· The Community is hastily shown to us, whereas the book spends long chapters introducing us to their society, only slowly revealing how ominous their rules truly are.
· The movie lacks a cohesive logic. In the book, Jonas and the Giver are the only two people capable of deep emotion. The actions and apathy of the other characters are seen as tragic and maddening, but we understand that without memories and emotions, they cannot help themselves. They are little more than robots.
· In the film, however, characters act on emotion when they
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study of functions that are not continuous, known as discrete functions. It is very important to computers because graph theory is tied to it, and that is useful with logic and getting from one place to the next. It is also important for most people studying these fields to know about designing databases efficiently and how to implement them.
The study of computer science is what most people who want to focus on coding choose to study. The focus of computer science is programming and computing, so it’s heavily based on understanding why code works the way it does. As a result, there is a deep study of algorithms. On top of that, computer science requires significantly more math than all the
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increasingly small steps, which are designed to reduce the amount of logic that needs to switch during every clock cycle. Superscalar processing is another technique which executes multiple instructions from a single, conventional instruction stream on each cycle. These function by dynamically examining sets of instructions from the instruction stream to find ones capable of parallel execution on each cycle. However, further developments in pipelining and superscalar processing are limited as they require larger number of transistors to be integrated into high-speed central logic within each processor core. Another issue that arises in their advancement is power. During their developments
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the application design. The main purposes of an application architecture are to manage the applications that perform the process logic; handle data storage and access; and provide better interface that allow users to interact with the system. The appropriate application architecture to use the human resources management system for the payroll program is the client/server architecture.
The Client/Server architecture is a computing prototype in which the server hosts, delivers, and manages most of the resources and services consumed by the clients. It has more than one computer linked to the central server over an internet connection. The client/server architecture shares computing resources
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cliental he finds interesting. Wilson was one of the examples of a common folk getting helped Sherlock which later made him find a notorious criminal.
Throughout this book, Doyle expressed how the police force do not use rational methods that often when solving a crime in real life. Holmes used his scientific methods to solve and understand how Clay was plotting to rob the vault. The police force and even Watson, was clueless on how Clay’s plotting. Holmes later pointed out that they were “complete imbeciles” and how they were not using logic. This example was used when Holmes and several others were in complete darkness in the cellar. When Holmes flickered his light in the darkness, it made me
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complaints-Handle billing questions and complaints-Collect and process payments and deposits-Redirect unresolved account, product/service or billing complaints to the appropriate departments-Identify customer needs and recommend solutions-Initiate contact with potential customers to solicit new salesDecision-Making Authority. The Telephone Customer Service Representative is authorized to use logic and judgment to analyze information and evaluate results in order to choose the best solutions and solve problems (O*Net Online, 2004). The employee holding this position is also authorized to evaluate complaints and issues and take the appropriate preventative measures to avoid future similar
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everything necessary to produce the wages earned for their labor. Marx is using this logic to emphasize the difference. Factory owners make money from the workers. The workers then pay the shopkeepers for food and groceries, essentially paying to live.
This passage is important because Marx came at a time when things were changing around the world. Because of the industrial revolution people were becoming more aware of their communities. Technology made working easier, yet less safe, people richer and the workers were suffering for it. People moved into larger cities and were able to communicate and discover ideas from further away much faster. The social reformation was starting bringing
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to possibly “dumb” themselves down, since men do not care to have a woman who he can hold a conversation with. Thus, logic is solely a masculine trait, not to be possessed by women. Mulan challenges the stereotypes of women in a way that which makes it show that women can be smart and have a voice as well. In a broader sense, this scene takes away any empowerment women have received since being allowed to have an education. It brings us back to the days in which women stayed at home to cook while men went out to university, sending the message that education of women is useless.
Disney's Mulan was a film that helps to change the world by promoting girl-power. Instead of being believed that
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the food she ate and worked for her.
The most obvious incident of racism is the false accusation against a black man. Kind and gentle Tom Robinson was falsely made the victim when Mr Ewell spotted his daughter hugging him. In order to save his face, Tom is made the scapegoate to degenerate white Ewells. He was accused of a crime that he did not commit simply because he is an African American and the majority of people would believe a white person’s word over his. “I ain’t ever seen any jury decide in favour of a coloured man over a white man…” (230) Despite the clear evidence and logic, in the end, the jury pronounced Tom guilty in order to not upset the majority of the people and the codes by
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their argument one
way or another? What would strengthen their arguments? The debate is not settled, and you
are welcome to craft any view you like – but you must support your view with cited
evidence from the three sources. Be sure to utilize the tools we’ve discussed in class
regarding logic, rhetoric, organization, and evidence.
Works Cited: Your MLA works cited page should include these three sources cited
appropriately. Just as you wrote Essay #1 relying on a single source, you are now drawing upon
three sources. (Looking ahead, our third and final essay together draws upon multiple sources
that you will locate yourself via the research process.)
As ever, you are welcome to bring
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argumentative essay is a type of writing in which the writer tries to convince his audience that his
opinion is valid. An argumentative essay contains a combination of facts and writer’s personal ideas. A
writer preparing to start an argumentative essay has to do a lot of research and gather evidence to
prove and defend his point. An argumentative essay is biased and subjective, although the writer has to
be aware of the opposing views on the subject. This type of essay appeals to the logic and the reasoning.
For SAGE testing, an argumentative essay is supposed to be 4-5 paragraphs long: one introduction
paragraph containing the author’s claim or main argument, two or three body paragraphs or
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about what journalism is, how it should be defined, and the ethical implications of journalism. Mr. Ward presents his information by posing a question and then providing his commentary on the topic, this makes Mr. Ward’s article very logos driven, there’s very little fault to be found in his logic. However, there is little to no usage of pathos, and his ethos is built around the fact that he’s writing for a prestigious establishment. Mr. Ward uses this to build a very strong, logical, and accredited argument.
In Amanda Hess’ article she uses one specific example of a company taking advantage of a person’s public statement, and extrapolates it across her entire article by providing her thoughts
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CTWT ESSAY 2
To what extent was Romanticism a reaction to Enlightenment values?
Although it appears Romanticism is a complete contrast to the Enlightenment values that comes before it, such as the importance of objective thought, the necessity to think with reason and logic and more. However, upon further study of the literature and ideas that Romanticism portrays, I would argue that it is more of a development of the Enlightenment rather than an anti-thesis of it, as I believe that the issues Romanticism explores are similar to the issues explored by Enlightenment thinkers. To keep my argument concise, I will refer mainly to the literary works of William Blake, namely
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World Literature- 01
11 May, 2018
stotle is one of the most important western philosophers in history that has influenced our society in many aspects. Many of Aristotle’s teachings have affected our world for many years and still continue to have such a big impact. Some of the subjects Aristotle has influenced include: logic, physics, government and poetry. Aristotle’s study of poetry mainly focused on the elements to a good tragedy. Some of his elements have been used in Greek tragedies and modern movies. The Greek play, Medea, and the modern movie, No Country for Old Men, use elements from Aristotle philosophy, while using similar and different techniques but
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better than nothing to at least teach poor students how to be workers and follow rules.
It is short-sighted to believe that economic class incapacitates students’ capabilities.
This logic is fallible.
When given greater opportunities, all students’ can rise to higher expectations.
The mindset needs to be changed from inequitable to equitable for all students.
If schools provide an equal, high-quality curriculum, then the benefits would be far-reaching.
More students could discover, develop, and explore a greater variety subjects with critical thinking.
More students can be better prepared for college and careers.
Then the citizenry becomes more educated and capable of taking on the types of