Why is a thesis statement included in an essay? It is because it tests your ideas by putting them in a sentence or two, it organizes your argument and provides a "guide" to your argument. A well written thesis statement is: Assertive: It must state exactly what you are trying to say. Singular: Usually contains one idea. Specificity: Should be as specific as possible. Position: At the end of the introduction. Try the following example if you are having trouble with your statement: In this paper, I argue that _____, because/by _____. While critics argue _____, I argue _____, because _____. By looking at _____, I argue that _____, which is important because _____. The text, _____, defines _____ as _____, in order to argue _____.
Topic and opposing viewpoints. Anyone can argue their own position, but it's better if you can argue both sides of a question.
specific ideas to argue for a general idea.
To argue that your seemingly random or chaotic life choices create a pattern Emerson uses the image of a tacking sailboat.
She fought for womens rights. Basically prostitution.
yes, there is. Some would argue that the taking of life (killing someone) is morally wrong. A counter-argument might be if in self-defence, the taking of a life might be morally right, since it preserves another's life. However, this does not contradict the point that the taking of a life is still morally wrong. Indeed, the taking of a life can be both morally right and morally wrong.
he onced lived in the North where slavery was prohibited
he because it wasn't fair for him and the racial groups
The Qur'an does not specify any variant of slavery that is actually prohibited. While it does argue that manumission, the freeing of a slave, is a positive and desirable act, it says nothing about what kinds of slavery are unacceptable. It is only Muslims of today, who were forced to free their slaves by the European Imperialists, who argue that slavery is wrong and do so without strong Qur'anic support.
No sensible person today will argue for it's existence anywhere,.
they disgree on the Nebraska-Kansas Act
a;; of the above are correct.
You could argue that the Nazi party was one large hate group.
the advantages are so people work in groups and don't argue and then they have a better job at the end of it