HUM 111 Week 8 DQ 3 - people Prepare well with your...

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I believe that when you generalize people, situations, or events, you are more likely to oversimplify and distort facts. If you view everyone and everything individually you will be less likely to fall into this lazy mentality. Lucid arguments need to be developed from known facts through either inductive or deductive reasoning. Remove baseless emotional responses to complicated questions and you'll be on the way to clarity, and from there hopefully an argument that makes sense to the greatest number of
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Unformatted text preview: people. Prepare well with your arguments, present data and facts which you can use as evidence to support your ideas and also to avoid oversimplifications. One way is to consider the matter from multiple perspectives. For example, if you are dealing with gun control, try to see how someone would view the issue from the other side, which may reveal some complexities that a one-sided interpretation may miss....
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