Benjamin Bloom's Home Analysis

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Bloom used the fallacy of appeals to emotion on page 160 when he was explaining how at first it was extremely difficult for him to throw food away, yet, at the end of three months of working with produce, it became easier for him to throw the food away. He is appealing to the readers emotions by showing that he felt bad for what he did, but why did he still throw food away if he felt so bad? Why did he not tell the manager that the food should not be thrown away? He is making the reader also feel bad, because he feels bad, which makes the reader forgive Bloom for what he did when at that point in time he should have said that food should not be wasted. Since he did not stand up to his manager about the food waste, he should have included in
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