Before drafting your initial post, take time to reflect on the logos in your paper. Have you given logic and reason enough emphasis? Are you concerned about fallacies in your work? Think about each claim and the evidence and rebuttals supporting it. Is the counterargument too strong? Is your evidence and rebuttal strong enough?
In 200 words, share at least one syllogism in support of your paper. Choose one idea from your paper and list the categorical syllogism along with its parts in the following format:Premise 1 Claim and Evidence: Premise 2 Claim and Evidence: Conclusion Drawn from These Two Premises: End your post with any questions or concerns you have regarding logos, syllogisms, or fallacies.
Part 2:Before drafting your initial post, take time to reflect on your closing argument. Does your conclusion reemphasize the important points that you have made in your essay? Have you summarized your main points and rephrased your thesis statement? Do the final lines of your conclusion leave your readers with something interesting to consider?
Write (due Thursday, Day 3)
In 200 words or more, share your concluding paragraph. Your conclusion should reiterate the position of your paper by summarizing your main points and rephrased thesis statement. In a final paragraph, share your original thesis statement.In a separate paragraph, identify and explain the following:What is your conclusion’s closing argument? In addition, note any questions you may have regarding your conclusion (e.g., rephrased thesis statement, summarized main points, etc.) so your classmates can assist you.
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