DEFINITIONAL ARGUMENT CLAIMS ENG 102 SPRING 2007

DEFINITIONAL ARGUMENT CLAIMS ENG 102 SPRING 2007 -...

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ENG 102 SPRING 2007 EXAMPLES OF DEFINITIONAL CLAIMS 1. The so- called “war on terrorism” is not a war. 2. The killing and uprooting of people in Darfur, Sudan is a case of genocide. 3. Before the US invasion, the Iraqi regime of Saddam Hussein was an imminent threat to its neighbors and to the US. 4. Before the US invasion, Iraq was a “vital front” in the “war on terrorism.” 5. Wal- Mart is not a socially responsible company. 6. The American treatment of prisoners at Abu Ghraib and Guantanamo Bay was a case of torture. 7. Waterboarding is a method of torture. 8. The “morning after pill” does not constitute a method for inducing abortion. 9. The embryos produced from in vitro fertilization procedures and used in stem cell research are potential persons possessing human rights and
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Unformatted text preview: requiring protection under the law. 10. The situation faced by the US military in Iraq is a civil war. 11. Intelligent design is not a scientific theory. 12. Nongovernmental political agents who use the method of intentionally targeting civilians for violence are not soldiers. 13. Acts of intentionally targeting civilians for violence as carried out by nongovernmental political agents are acts of war. 1 14. Detainees suspected of terrorism who were captured overseas are neither prisoners of war nor criminal suspects. 15. Producers and traders of counterfeit prescription drugs should be prosecuted for manslaughter if their use results in the deaths of patients who take them. 2...
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This note was uploaded on 03/01/2011 for the course ENG 102 taught by Professor Byrkit during the Fall '08 term at ASU.

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