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Price Variances

This course work analyses the volume, mix and price revenue variances for a medical group administering flu shots and treatments. It investigates the returns of the medical group in terms of revenues and profits. According to the literature, sales variance is the value difference between the actual volume of sales and the projected volume of […]

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Fallacious Argument

1. Fallacious Arguments Considering the fallacies discussed in Chapter Four of An Introduction to Logic, construct three different arguments that display distinct fallacies. Give an explanation of why each makes a mistake in drawing the conclusion it does. Review your classmates’ examples and see if they, in fact, commit the fallacy identified. Before getting to […]

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Zinn’s Argument

As an activist, anarchist, and self-declared democratic socialist, Howard Zinn admires the American people and their enthusiasm to improve their circumstances through protest and provocation (Zinn, Personal; Zinn, A People’s 9-10). He reflects this throughout A People’s History of the United States, placing emphasis on the plights of minorities, women, and the working class. By […]

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English Argument

My younger sister is in 6th grade at Monroe County Middle School and she always talks about how she doesn’t like to participate n class because, “all the boys stare at her,” and I believe this causes her not to pay attention in class. But if we started having single sex classes really do believe […]

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The Teleological Argument

The aim of the teleological argument like so many others is to attempt to prove the existence of God or another ‘Being’ that created the world. This argument is a posteriori meaning that it is based on experience and also inductive meaning that there is no certainty in the outcome. This means that this argument […]

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Anselm’s Ontological Argument

The ontological argument for God’s existence is a work of art resulting from philosophical argumentation. An ontological argument for the existence of God is one that attempts the method of a priori proof, which utilizes intuition and reason alone. The term a priori refers to deductive reasoning. Deductive reasoning is the type of reasoning that […]

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What Can Be Concluded From The Teleological Argument

The teleological argument (often referred to as the Design Argument) deciphers that the world cannot have been a chaotic chance occurrence, but rather a well designed creation with a supreme creator who Paley observes to be God. For the purpose of this argument, we are referring to the God of classical theism who is supposedly, […]

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How to Write an Argument

How to Write an Argument Essay There are five main steps. Step 1: Read the essay Read the question. Decide what kind of essay it is – opinion, compare/contrast, problem and solution, cause and effect, or a mixture. The type of question will decide the layout and your ideas. Step 2: Underline Underline key vocabulary […]

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Summary of Deborah Tannen’s the Argument Culture

Have we become a world that has forgotten how to listen and debate? Why are people so quick to argue? Everyone wants to prove their point these days. In “The Argument Culture,” Deborah Tannen discusses how today’s society no longer honors the noble American tradition of debate. She explains how we no longer want to […]

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Affinity argument

Socrates and Plato discussed the nature of afterlife in the “Phaedo” dialogue. Among four arguments he proposes in the dialogue there is a so-called affinity argument, which later transformed into one of the basic paradigms of western religious philosophy and world-view. The affinity argument concerns immortality of soul.

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