Definitional, Categorical, and Resemblance Arguments: Invention and Research

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ASSIGNMENT DETAILS:

After reading Christian Longo’s essay on Page 308-311 of the ebook listed below, please consider the following:

http://gcumedia.com/digital-resources/pearson/2012/writing-arguments_a-rhetoric-with-readings-books-a-la-carte-edition_ebook_9e.php

***** This ebook must be accessed from INTERNET EXPLORER  – do not use Google Chrome, it will not work.

A potential definition argument centers on whether a prisoner can voluntarily donate organs. Prisoners and human rights advocates might disagree about what voluntary donation means: Is organ donation voluntary if prisoners receive the same counseling as donors outside of the prison system, or is it only voluntary if a person is not facing death (in this case, not on death row)? If someone were to develop this argument, they would define voluntary and then explain how a particular case such as Christian Longo’s matches their definition of voluntary. What do you think about this issue? What does voluntary mean to you, and under what circumstances would inmates in our prison system be voluntarily offering to donate their organs? At what point do you think they would be involuntarily signing up to donate organs?

*** should be less than 300 words

 

 

MODULE 2 RESOURCES:

 

Topic: Definitional, Categorical, and Resemblance Arguments: Invention and Research

Course Contents

Textbook

  1. Writing Arguments: A Rhetoric with Readings

Read chapters 5, 11, and 15-17 and “Women in Math and Science” in Part 6  of the textbook.

http://gcumedia.com/digital-resources/pearson/2012/writing-arguments_a-rhetoric-with-readings-books-a-la-carte-edition_ebook_9e.php


Electronic Resource

  1. Peer Review Using Rubricshttp://cola.gcumedia.com/phi105/rubric/rubricCompare.html


e-Library Resource

  1. Deductive Reasoning

Read “Deductive Reasoning,” from Encyclopedia of the Human Brain (2002).

http://library.gcu.edu:2048/login?qurl=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.credoreference.com/entry/esthumanbrain/ii_deductive_reasoning


Website

  1. Evaluation During Reading

Read “Evaluation During Reading,” from the OWL website.

http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/553/03/

 

  1. Evaluation Sources: Overview

Read “Evaluation Sources: Overview,” from the OWL website.

http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/553/01/

 

  1. Logic in Argumentative Writing

Read “Logic in Argumentative Writing,” from the OWL website.

http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/659/01/

 

ASSIGNMENT DETAILS:

After reading Christian Longo’s essay on Page 308-311 of the ebook listed below, please consider the following:

http://gcumedia.com/digital-resources/pearson/2012/writing-arguments_a-rhetoric-with-readings-books-a-la-carte-edition_ebook_9e.php

***** This ebook must be accessed from INTERNET EXPLORER  – do not use Google Chrome, it will not work.

A potential definition argument centers on whether a prisoner can voluntarily donate organs. Prisoners and human rights advocates might disagree about what voluntary donation means: Is organ donation voluntary if prisoners receive the same counseling as donors outside of the prison system, or is it only voluntary if a person is not facing death (in this case, not on death row)? If someone were to develop this argument, they would define voluntary and then explain how a particular case such as Christian Longo’s matches their definition of voluntary. What do you think about this issue? What does voluntary mean to you, and under what circumstances would inmates in our prison system be voluntarily offering to donate their organs? At what point do you think they would be involuntarily signing up to donate organs?

*** should be less than 300 words

 

 

MODULE 2 RESOURCES:

 

Topic: Definitional, Categorical, and Resemblance Arguments: Invention and Research

Course Contents

Textbook

  1. Writing Arguments: A Rhetoric with Readings

Read chapters 5, 11, and 15-17 and “Women in Math and Science” in Part 6  of the textbook.

http://gcumedia.com/digital-resources/pearson/2012/writing-arguments_a-rhetoric-with-readings-books-a-la-carte-edition_ebook_9e.php


Electronic Resource

  1. Peer Review Using Rubricshttp://cola.gcumedia.com/phi105/rubric/rubricCompare.html


e-Library Resource

  1. Deductive Reasoning

Read “Deductive Reasoning,” from Encyclopedia of the Human Brain (2002).

http://library.gcu.edu:2048/login?qurl=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.credoreference.com/entry/esthumanbrain/ii_deductive_reasoning


Website

  1. Evaluation During Reading

Read “Evaluation During Reading,” from the OWL website.

http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/553/03/

 

  1. Evaluation Sources: Overview

Read “Evaluation Sources: Overview,” from the OWL website.

http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/553/01/

 

  1. Logic in Argumentative Writing

Read “Logic in Argumentative Writing,” from the OWL website.

http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/659/01/

 

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