Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Improving out arguments

Yes/ No/Okay, but I'm they say I say tells of three way to respond to an arguement or idea .Yes we may argue that the more complex and subtle the argument is , the more difficult it is to respond . But with complexity comes orginality , where you response stands out and is noticed because of your "voice" (opinion).

The three different ways to respond : 
Disagree: 
It's seems like a simpler move a writer can make but it also associates with critical thinking . It possesses hidden challenges , like offering persuasive ideas on why you disagree.

Agree:
Agreeing is less simple then it appears to be, you have to do more then echo your view on views you agree with , you have to add something new and fresh , making your worth being in a conversation. 

Agreeing and disagreeing simotanously: 
This helps us get beyond our point view , validating both sides of the arguement rather then one. According to three ways to respond it "enables your readers to place yor argument on the map of positions ; while still keeping he arguement sufficiently complex".

the following article don't blame the eater is an opinion based article disagreeing with the question that mcdonalds are making kids fat. 
Disagree : the article states " I sympathize with these portly fast good patrons though, maybe that's because I used to be one of them " meaning that the fast food joints were all he can afford . Not only was there a money problem but many of those resteraunts were the ony resteraunts located around his neighborhood

Agreeing : fast food joints complicate the lack of alternatives when eating the article states. Have more places to buy fast food which dw don't need rather then fruits and vegtables at a local supermarket.
The article also states that fast food also doesn't give enough details on it's food like calorie and fat intake.

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