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Humiliation is an argument that sets out only to debase someone, not to make a choice. Humiliation is meant to embarrass/humiliate an opponent. Jay Heinrichs describes humiliation as demonstrative, present-tense, I’m-one-of-the-tribe-and-you’re-not rhetoric. 270 more words

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Playing with live ammo – reflections on the MPP policy simulation

Ruth Canagarajah, MPP 2014 – 2015

Of the many strengths of the Cambridge MPP programme includes the ability and resources to simulate real-world policy issues, sometimes with the professional feedback of those who know the issues best. 479 more words

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Chapters 13 & 14

In chapter 13 of Jay Heinrichs’ Thank You for Arguing Heinrichs introduces more specific way to use logos. Heinrich starts off with the syllogism and uses an example Aristotle used, “All men are mortal. 237 more words

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Learning Excursion Reflection: The Great Sand Dunes

Our Great Sand Dunes adventure was truly phenomenal!  The students were well behaved, and I was truly impressed with the depth of learning, sharing, playing, and building community.  2,145 more words

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Pi Beta Phi and the Literacy Fund

Pi Beta Phi Philanthropy

If a child were to unable to read, they would be just one out of every four children who grow up without any reading education. 1,055 more words

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Development of the Youth

Ever since the Ancient Times, young boys were expected to attend programs to enhance their development into becoming men. Whether it be, going to school, participating in athletics, or immersing themselves into intense environments, adolescent boys are challenged to expedite their growth to manhood. 1,026 more words

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Bridges to Prosperity : Connecting Bridges, to their rhetoric

Connecting Bridges, to their rhetoric.

By: Jared Kilberger

In rural communities the populations live in a world where walking is the only way to get where you need to go. 1,146 more words

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