Writing Gilbert

Writing Gilbert - Trevor Davis Charles Doersch Mr. Gilbert...

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Trevor Davis Charles Doersch Mr. Gilbert asks the question: Why are we Happy? He picks this question apart by talking about a few conclusions he has come to from various experiments. One of his claims is that people usually are content with choices they receive because our brains are programmed to pick the positives in choices we make. Another claim that comes up is that synthetic happiness and natural happiness are the same When he discusses that people are usually content with their choices, he uses the example of someone who were to rank six Monet prints and had the chance to take home the third or fourth ranked print. In the end, most people chose that third ranked print. After some time passes, that same person got the chance to rank the prints again and usually they ranked the print they chose in the beginning higher than they did initially. This example is effective because it was easy to follow. He uses logos in this example because he explained this situation with mostly data and graphs. I know that his arguments are qualified because I have seen situations like the
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