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Reflect back on what you have learned in this course about how to construct high-quality arguments for positions. Give an example of how the ability to think logically and to construct good arguments could help you in your career and in your daily life. In what ways the skill of being able to evaluate the quality of reasoning on all sides will better enable you to discover what is true and to make better choices? (Feel free to reference the specific area of life that you raised in your post your introduction in Week 1.)Finally, consider the argument you have been developing for your writing assignments. How has fairly considering multiple points of view helped you clarify your own perspective? What advice would you give to people to help them understand issues more clearly and objectively while being fair to all sides? Feel free to comment on any other values you have gained from this course so far.Your journal entry must be at least 250 words. You do not need to follow APA style for this journal entry, but you should proofread your work to eliminate errors of grammar and spelling.My argument for the writing assignment is “assisted suicide”.
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Week Four Journal
Reflect back about what you have learned in this course about how to construct high-quality
arguments for positions. Give an example of how the ability to construct good arguments could
help you in your career or in your daily life. Also, in what ways will the skill of being able to
evaluate the quality of reasoning better enable you to discover what is true and to make better
choices? (Give a specific example of each).
Finally, consider the argument you have been developing for your writing assignments. How has
considering objections helped you clarify your perspective? What might you add to your
argument to make it more convincing in light of those objections? What points would you
recommend that people keep in mind in order to be fair to both sides?
There are many different things that I have learned in this class thus far. I know that to
make an argument you have to do a lot of research to make your argument sound and true. When
presenting an argument, you have to think of the other side as well as the side you are presenting.
Selecting a topic and staying focused on what you are arguing. Staying on top of that subject and
not getting distracted by the opposing side or their questions. When thinking about an argument
you want to pick a certain topic or your audience are not going to know what you are trying to
tell them or what you are arguing about. Keeping it simple is the best advice. Also, don’t make
people think your way because of celebrities or threatening them. That is not a way to have
people or make people see your side of the argument. All of the different fallacies that I’ve
learned about I will use them in the future I’m sure but by knowing what each of them is and
what they stand for I can be a better mom and someday more professional by not using them as
much as I do now. I know now I have to narrow my argument to a certain topic and back it with
facts and statistics so that my argument is sound and truthful. I don’t want to make an argument
that can be taken a different way. I want to be able to present my argument and have my
audience know what the position is that I’m trying to prove. I will also have to work on my
argument as far as someone stating the opposing side. I want to be truthful and factual with my
argument I don’t want it to be based on lies.
Good evening everyone,
My name is Chrystal McRee and I’m originally from California but reside in Georgia. I am a
veteran, reason why I reside in Georgia, my husband and mine last duty station was Fort
Stewart. I am a mom of three young boys who keep me on my toes. My hobby is working
out and my favorite past time is sleeping. I am currently a personal trainer and a youth
sports coach. I enjoy helping people and being able to help kids learn and perfect their
skills. My career aspirations are to own and run my own gym.
The area in my life I feel could be enhanced is being a student. I am constantly busy and
don’t get to do my school work until late at night and I’m usually exhausted to put my all
into it. Viewing back on it, I know I can probably squeeze some time to do school work
during the day at least a few times a week, where I am able to clearly think about what I am
doing. Critical thinking is a huge part of school as I have learned the past few classes. So I
think that is where I need to apply it more to become a better and understanding student.

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