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Abstract Dwight D. Eisenhower was the 34th president of the United States who was born on October 14 1890 in Texas. He went West Point a prestigious Army school and then during WWI he trained in people in tanks. During WWII he commanded the Normandy invention or D-Day. After that he became the supreme commander of the Allies .Then he retired from the military and ran for president and won, he served two terms as president in which he managed Cold War era tensions and ended the war with Korea. After that he retired to Gettysburg in 1961 and died on March 16 1969 at the Walter Reed Army Hospital in Washington D.C.
This quote shows how some people don’t care about other people or their opinions if it gets in the way of their goals. They insult and threaten people to try to scare others into listening to them and to prevent them from opposing their beliefs. Although some might object that these ideas and plans should be supported, I maintain that it is a threat to people if it continues to get out of hand. Therefore, I conclude that politicians need to have their power limited, as well as language, to prevent them from becoming a negative
Perhaps that difference is actually a lack of underlying trust in your relationship. For example, instead of looking past your disagreements like George and Lennie, you hold on to them and carry them around with you like a chip on your shoulder. In hindsight these pointless arguments can greatly affect your relationship because you won’t trust each other as much as you should be able too. What you could learn from George and Lennie is sometimes you have to have a short memory. Those small arguments may seem big in the moment, but in the end they will not matter.
However, since the senses are susceptible to personal interpretation, they are therefore potentially unreliable sources of data. If one is able of rationally thinking through the information that they perceive, then they are more likely to make accurate assumptions. However, if one is highly emotive, they may not be able to separate the emotion from the data they perceive,
For e.g. shaking hands when you meet someone may be correct for one culture but will not be appropriate for another. Talking loudly and maintaining constant eye contact would be unsuitable for some people while in case of certain individuals not making any eye contact would be considered rude. Hence it is very important to make sure that we understand this diversity and communicate with them effectively. Different professional backgrounds also affect our relationships and the way we communicate.
Thomas Haskell debates Novick’s belief in objectivity and skepticism in his book Objectivity is not Neutrality. Haskell claims that objectivity is about listening to people and being fair towards their views because you can always learn new things. Skepticism, in regards to Haskell’s view is in order to be objective you have to be continuously in doubt; you have to be able to question past knowledge and learnings. Haskell bases these views on the belief of truth; you must be able to doubt yourself in order to find the truth. Historical truth in Haskell’s opinion cannot just be perspective because then no one will believe each other.
The 3rd-collage is learning about the amendments. The first one they learn is obviously the first amendment so this will just confuse them trying to change it and having them learn something all new. If you conflate the ability to say what you want, how you want, with an immunity from criticism or consequence of the speech, you are likely to be surprised. If you are not aware of, or refuse to seriously consider, that many people who might in times past have not publicly objected to your speech now feel free to do so and in no uncertain terms, you may become unhappy. If you choose not to treat those responses and criticisms seriously, your reputation may ultimately suffer.
Have you ever tried to influence the audience’s view on a certain subject? Have you ever found yourself arguing with someone over something you believed to be true, but you couldn’t find a way to convince them to believe you? If so, what other strategies you will try to convince your audience? Now, delivering clear and persuasive communication is becoming more and more important. The communicators need to try to make their point in a different way that best suits the message they are sending.