Follow 2 You have read wrong! You do this just be imagining what someone who disagrees with you might say in response to your argument. Sitting on the fence is one of the worst things you can do. Follow 3 Original post by Estreth You have read wrong! Follow 4 Original post by Ilydia On the website it says: We are interested in whether you can defend a position — which may or may not be your own personal position.
Sometimes you may do better if you attempt to defend a position that you do not agree with personally. This may make your argument tighter. Follow 5 But whatever position you defend, you are supposed to be defending it as if it were your opinion. So you need to announce your intention to argue for xyz position, and lead to a conclusion in favour of xyz, rather than saying that someone else argues for xyz. Sharkey97 Follow 0 followers 0 badges Send a private message to Sharkey Follow 6 The title was Does it matter if some species of plants and animals die out.
Done in 40 mins. If it did matter, what would this entail? Should we protect each species of flora and fauna, denying any to die out? I believe the correct answer is to be found in the conciliation of the ethical and the sensible. Yes, the death of species of plants and animals does indeed matter. As an advanced race of beings it is essential that we be in touch and mindful of our environment, and with those that share this environment with us.
However such a position does not invite the scramble to protect each variation of life. We must acknowledge both our own position in the natural order of life, and accept that we are not above this order, but exist within it.
So what then, is the natural order of life on our planet? At its most fundamental level it is that things are born. From that death new things are born. This basic cycle of life, although referencing individual organisms rather than entire species delineates the fact that death plays an integral and unavoidable part of existence. This death does indeed matter, but is beyond our control. On an inter-species level, Darwinian theory asserts that redundant species shall die out, while superior species more apt to deal with the challenges their environment presents shall survive.
Follow 6 Follow 7 Original post by Estreth In short: Follow 8 I skimmed it but found your argument difficult to follow. The key word was offense. Estreth has been helpful by pointing out you should be explaining your position and pointing out the issues. You should start with a simple argument and build on it.
Instead you jump about. Your use of proof to back your argument feels unconvincing as it lacks logical progression. I was quite surprised and got the impression you feel there is greater tolerance in Arab countries.
It really didnt come across that you understood the significance of the Burkini in western countries or the potential legal issues. France is just one country and as far as I recall the ban has been ruled unlawful. Try planning your answer. Write it in bullet points to start with so you can see the argument.
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