Running head: SUSTAINABILITY 1
Oklahoma Christian University
This Paper was prepared for Foundation of Engineering Ethics and Values.
Taught by Professor Mr. Dr. Colin Doyle
This article is clearly about the discussion addressed by Professor Bartlett on Arithmetic, Population and Energy. In the opening statement he clearly described a main key preamble to the tenacious advancements. Professor Bartlett's presentation, the way he displayed the exponential math is genuinely dazzling and fascinating about the exclusive exponential improvement and also duplicating time, "the best insufficiency of human race is our feebleness to appreciate the human limit" Now taking this into account he has illuminated his points of view musings and …show more content…
He gave a most crucial prologue to the math which is driving forward headway and which also correspondingly joins in the clarification of the possibility of copying time. He then lit up the impact of an unending unsurprising headway on tenants in Stone, of Colorado, and of all over the world. He then also differentiated the outcomes persisting change in a committed obliged range and saw this change forthcoming as connected with the fossil fuel utilization. He then also made an exchange about the far reaching worship for cash which is related to headway and masses change in the western culture. Educator Bartlett cleared up "supportability" in the relationship of the First Law of Maintainability which is "You cannot sustain population growth and / or growth in the rates of consumption of resources”. (Al Bartlett address, March 4,
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So, Coop, you seem to take an exorbitant interest in my crush, I figure I'll consult you on how to proceed with her. As you already know, her response to my avowal was disappointingly neutral; no affirmation of rejection nor acceptance. However, being the pessimist I am, I chocked it up to a subtle declination. This is where your knowledge of this ends, but I guess I'll catch you up. I don't want things to be awkward between me and my crush (henceforth referred to as Pocc), in that if I pursue a relationship and she has no interest, she may leave the group of friends we have, or I may do the same due to how uncomfortable it will be (this is, of course, a product of my always assuming the worst will happen).
Journal 2: Analyzing Arguments • Analyzing Written Arguments I like how this section starts out defining what Rhetorical Analysis is and gives examples. There are different kind of rhetorical analyses and how each are regarded. I learned that there are “canons of rhetoric” that describe actions of a persuader.
For my final project of the semester, Project 4, I decided to revise my rhetorical analysis of project 2. I took your comments and feedback very solemnly, to avail further my inditement. I understood the feedback consummately, and optically discerned precisely what I needed to do. The main thing I wanted to fixate on was understanding that the paper was filled with many conceptions, and constructing it down to precise conceptions, and expounding them exhaustively. I abstracted some conceptions that I believe that weren’t apart of the process of explicating the argument or how it works.
Genre Throughout the different texts we analyzed in the first half of the quarter, we looked at the various genres of the texts in order to see how they affect rhetoric. Genres are important to rhetoric because they raise and manage expectations the audience might have for a specific work. This is because people have internalized the generic conventions of a genre. We delved into these conventions by analyzing different genres of texts such as Pitbull’s music video, film, various poems, and speeches. An example of how we analyzed a genre is how we annotated Horace’s poem about carpe diem.
As our final assignment for cornerstone we were tasked with revising our rhetorical analysis. I received a B, 81%, and by the end of my revisions have “A” quality work. During recent assignments and papers for other classes I realized the thesis was one of the first few sentences in the paper. As I was reading my paper I noticed that the purpose of the author writing this wasn 't until almost halfway into the first paragraph.
When I was 4, I loved playing soccer. My dad used to give me trophies for being good at scoring. As I was scored the goal, there was a photo group taking pictures of me, which were my parents and friends. Sometimes I wonder “Did I really deserve the trophies for just trying”?
Rhetorical Analysis Writers as well as other artists inform, entertain, and persuade their audiences in many ways. Therefore, for a clear understanding of some pieces of work, one need to analyze the work, whether fiction or non-fiction to understand how different parts and elements work together in creating the needed effect. Use of literary elements such as ethos, pathos, logos, tone, and imagery are some of the techniques that bring out the intended purpose of the piece of work. The rhetorical situation is another essential area in rhetorical analysis. “Americans Don 't Have the Right to Bear Just Any Arms” by Kurt Lichtenwald shows how he relates to the audience in a manner that one can recognize and analyze.
On every college campus women are being sexually assaulted, and hardly ever is anyone reporting, not even the victim. The image of the five symbols of women in a row with the statement, "One in Five Women will be a victim of sexual assault during her college years" (rampage), underneath uses rhetorical devices like ethos, logos, and pathos to influence the reader and bring awareness to sexual assault in college women. The image is very impacting, and part of why it is that way is because of the image's creators use of credibility. In the image one of the symbols representing a woman is purple and is made out of many female adjectives such as, "Daughter ...
In multiple news outlets today, one can find a plethora of rhetorical devices in a single segment. In each instance, the anchor, reporter, or tv personality is attempting to sway viewers’ opinions in subtle and unsubtle ways. Rhetorical devices are used for almost any topic, especially politics. The following examples were found in the MSNBC article over the price increase of the EpiPen written by Steve Benen on August 25, 2016, and a transcript of the Bresch Interview given with the essay prompt. The four rhetorical devices were a dysphemism, a rhetorical analogy, repetition, and a rhetorical explanation.
Activity theory, as interpreted by Ph.D. candidates, Wardle and Kain, is a process that attempts to see all aspects of activity such as social interactions and use of writing and language to achieve goals. This theory is award winning. Activity theory states that for a system to be effective, the rules, community, subject, division of labor, and motives must be reasonable. These components are shown through the chosen tool of communication most often. When one area of the system is corrupted, the tool will no longer function correctly in order to communicate or achieve its goals.
In the essay, Mark Twain is saying that humans are the lowest of animals. Instead of evolving from lower species, human have descended from higher ones. “In order to determine the difference between an anaconda and an earl (if any) I caused seven young calves to be turned into the anaconda’s cage. The grateful reptile immediately crushed one of them and swallowed it, then lay back satisfied.
While creating my rhetorical analysis paper I used all of my typical writing processes. I began this assignment by selecting a commercial that I thought would be the most appealing in the superbowl. After selecting my commercial I did some research at the library using EBSCOhost. I then created an outline on what my paper would be about and pieced all of its parts together. In the future I will try to recieve help earlier on because at first I struggled to understand what the purpose of the paper was.
Past leaders such as Andrew Jackson, Adolf Hitler, Benito Mussolini, and Marc Antony are evidence that society does not reward morality and good character in leadership. Society is drawn to leaders that have good rhetoric, propaganda, and charismatic personalities, and society supports them despite their immorality. Society is concerned about stability more than the morality of their leaders and will support immoral leaders in times of crisis to provide stability. In history there have been multiple leaders that have used rhetoric, propaganda and charismatic personalities to gain power, despite their morals.
Malthus, Condorcet, and Godwin: Caught Up on Immortality In his Essay on the Principle of Population, Thomas Malthus ponders a question that seemed to be on the minds of all great philosophers at the time: “whether man shall henceforth start forwards with accelerated velocity towards illimitable…improvement, or be condemned to a perpetual oscillation between happiness and misery.” Yet, while Malthus begins his quest with an attempt to provide a response to this puzzlement, the scholar seems to meander in a different direction. Rather, Malthus spends the better portion of nineteen chapters outlining various criticisms on those who had already pondered the question of illimitable improvement.