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The article notes that although, there are some negative impacts that are associated with the use of the internet, the benefits outweigh the drawbacks.
The author precisely means that the internet makes people smarter. However, he notes that it do not necessarily make individuals smarter at all times (Whitney, 2010). The author makes use of an inductive argument and makes use of facts to convince the audience. These arguments are effective and convincing to the audience. I agree with the arguments expressed in the article since they are based on facts. His research is also based on those expressed by experts in different fields. The author’s major argument is based on the claim that the internet makes people smarter. Her sole purpose is to persuade and the arguments are based on opinions. The sources used in the article are reliable since most experts agree on one thing. The tone of the article is persuasive. There are no biases on the author’s side. Logos appeals are employed to evoke thinking. Not all important angles were covered as no statistics were provided to support the claim. This is also the weakness in the reasoning presented.
I agree with the author because the internet has resulted to easy and quick access of all sorts of information. The ideas connected with mine based on the few setbacks that are linked with the internet.
The article is titled “Critical Thinking Crucial in the Information Age” and was written by Massimo Pigliucci. The article stated that critical thinking is not given the significance it deserves in the modern world. This is supported by the arguments made by Socrates on knowledge (Pigliucci. 2011). The article states that knowledge and ignorance are both the major causes of evil. The author states that ignorance is the major cause of evil in the major cause of evil in the modern times. The article expresses that it is difficult for human beings to prove
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While common thought has it that P2P file sharing, like any other form of piracy comes with financial implications and the infringement of copyright laws, there are others such as Kal Raustilia and Chris Sprigman who hold a contrary opinion. Raustilia and Sprigman opine that, neither is it possible to quantify losses which emanate from online piracy, nor do losses really accost online piracy.
Further investigations and enquiries revealed that Joseph Kane and his son Joseph Kane were members of a deeply anti-government movement known as sovereign citizens (Pierce, 1). In the aforementioned West Memphis incident, the need to avoid apprehension by the police had sparked the shooting.
Also known as the sovereign citizen movement, sovereign citizens is an amorphous grouping of American commentators, litigants and financial scheme promoters who believe that they are only answerable to the common law, but not the US government and its laws and statutes, whether these laws and statutes emanate from federal, municipal or state level.
require WFP program are; cross border land purchases or long term leases by affluent importing countries in those countries, signing of long term bilateral trading contracts between food producing countries and food buying ones and finally, major and minor grain exporting
thods by which the reading speed could be improved, fastest being a seminar on speed reading, or a book, a computer program, or various strategies such as using a pointer(pen, your finger, etc), covering the page with your hand, reading in a quite environment, using better eye
ackgrounds who are involved to solve a given problem; the teams have different perspectives and therefore allowed to discuss the problem openly to bring new different ideas. These ideas will in end ensure innovation in the organization (Dhillon, 2006). Understanding is another
Besides, the society needs to understand the creative potential in people. In this respect, a combined force of an individual accepting, embracing natural skills and the society recognizing the same offers