Abortion

The Abortion Debate abortion argumentative persuas

iveThe Abortion Debate During the past quarter century, abortion has joined race and war as one of the most debatable subject of controversy in the United States. It discusses human interaction where ethics, emotions and law come together. Abortion poses a moral, social and medical dilemma that faces many individuals to create a emotional and […]

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Summary of the Gun Control Debate

Since the days of the pioneers of the United States, firearms have been part of the American tradition as protection and a means of hunting or sport. As we near the end of the 20th century the use of guns has changed significantly. Because of fast and steady increase in crime and the fight for […]

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Presidential Debate 2012

The distinguished President Barack Obama and the Republican nominee, Mr. Mitt Romney were being struck by a position of buy-and hold- basic approach as evident in the final ever presidential debate. It was on Monday night, and neither candidate appeared to be out to establish a significant gaffe amid an anticipated tightening race. The analysis […]

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Political Debate

Earlier, United States believed in free security whereby the large bodies of water separated continents. Attackers were prevented by water bodies from such invasions. The attack that tool place in September 11, 2001 was as due to this fact that Americans had fully believed in free security. They had not formulated any policy before the […]

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First Presidential Debate on Domestic policy

The first presidential debate which discussed domestic policy issues was held at the University of Denver in Denver Colorado.This insightful debate was sponsored by a commission on Presidential Debates and engaged the incumbent president Obama and his challenger governor Mitt Romney. During this debate, Romney, appeared more sharp when answering questions on domestic issue that […]

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The Debate of Euthanasia

Introduction Euthanasia means in Greek “a good death”, but nowadays this term represents the act of helping someone to die who is terminally ill to prevent his further suffering. Euthanasia can come in both ways: voluntary and involuntary. The case when a patient asks for help to die is considered as voluntary way of this […]

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Clitoridectomy

In these first few weeks of class we have discussed many interesting and debating issues that arise in our personal lives and also the lives of others. We touched on many topics such as the “Virtue Theory”, “Consequentialism” and “Deontology” but, what caught my attention was the discussing on Yael Tamir’s “Hands off Clitoridectomy”. Clitoridectomy […]

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Tannen’s Argument Culture

The article “The Argument Culture”, written by Deborah Tannen, the tendency of the American culture to encourage aggressive two-sided debates over issues is examined. Tannen proposes that communication and effective listening in our society needs to be more productive . In the past, a conversation among people did not need to have a purpose other […]

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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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Why All People Should Have Debating Skills

Life is a great debate. From the moment we open our eyes in the morning until we drift off to sleep again that night, we debate. Sometimes we argue simple issues, what color should we paint the bedroom? Sometimes we debate bigger, more important issues, who should be the next president? When we debate, we […]

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