Classical Principles or Argument Essay

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The classical principles of arguments are described as an argument synthesis which is a claim that reasonable people could disagree with. According to our textbooks synthesis is defined as something that, “Brings two or more arguments together, allowing for comparison/contrast, rebuttal, or accumulation of mutually supporting points” (Lamm, p. 79).It adheres to an individual’s capability to be able to write syntheses relies on your ability to derive a relationship amid your sources like writing documents, such as, lectures, essays or even observations. The sole purpose of an argument synthesis and usage is for you to be able to give your own opinion and point of view which needs to be supported and be applicable. It’s often debatable due…show more content…
Hurricane Katrina did not only hurt New Orleans and caused so much damage but it almost killed and buried New Orleans with its people. “Much of New Orleans was emptied of its people, and broad areas of the Gulf Coast in Mississippi, Alabama, and Texas were devastated, More than 1 million Americans are now displaced across the country, and their fellow Americans around the nation are trying to take them in, perhaps for a long time.”Not only New Orleans got stuck in the cross fire but it also caused such devastation along the north central gulf coast. It not only executed and caused such affliction to homes and businesses, but the economy suffered a great deal as well, as businesses were destroyed. Not only did replaceable things were gone but the worst part about hurricane Katrina was the lives that were lost, lives of innocent children and the elderly that could have been saved but wasn’t, due to the governments incapability and lack of compassion which is what is so unethical. For this to be an ethical matter it would have mean that hurricane Katrina hits New Orleans and the levees did not break. It would mean that innocent lives would not have been lost. We as a human race could have dealt with the hurricane aspect of it, but the fact that this was something that could have been avoided, is what makes this so harsh and so hard to fathom. Our human emotions was highly put to the test when Katrina hit, and to
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