thank you so much I understood the requirement for argument paper
thank you so much I understood the requirement for argument paper ^^
In this lesson you will draft a thesis statement for your argumentative essay by combining your claim and supporting reasons.
The real problem raised by the objection is this: how can Socrates justify the claim that people with just souls are practically just? First, he must be able to show that the psychologically just refrain from injustice, and second, he must be able to show that the psychologically just do what is required by justice. The first point receives a gesture when Socrates is trying to secure the claim that harmonious functioning of the whole soul really deserves to be calledjustice (442e-443a), but he offers no real argument. Perhaps the bestwe can do on his behalf is to insist that the first point is not a thesis for argument but a bold empirical hypothesis. On this view, itis simply an empirical question whether all those who have the motivations to do unjust things happen to have souls that are out of balance, and an army of psychologists would be needed to answer the question.
More examples of Thesis statement for argumentative essay: Some people feel that the United States should have a national health care plan like Canada’s; however, others feel that government should stay out of the health care business. Although/Even though many think that genetically engineered crops are a grave danger to the environment, such crops can alleviate world hunger and malnutrition. Smokers say that they have a right to smoke in spite of the fact that/despite the fact that smoking will kill them. While/Whereas it may be true that the U.S. Constitution gives citizens the right to own weapons, the men who wrote the Constitution lived in a different time.
Reasons. Your reasons plus your thesis form an argument withthe thesis as the argument's conclusion (hence, an paper). But reasons can also be conclusions there can be reasons forreasons! Arguments within arguments! If X is a reason for Y, and Y is areason for Z, that makes Y both a reason (in relation to Z) and a conclusion(in relation to X). So Y would be a "subconclusion" or a "subthesis" oran "intermediate reason." Typical supporting paragraph structure goes likethis: topic sentence, which is a reason for your thesis or for a subconclusion;then the rest of the paragraph consists largely of reasons for or elaborationsof the topic sentence. Remember to make liberal use of so it will be clear what is a reason for what!