Analytical Essay: Judith Sargent Murray’s ‘On the Equality of the Sexes’ Judith Sargent Murray was a revolutionary woman- born into a socially prominent and wealthy family during the start of the American Revolution, Murray was recognized for her intellect at a young age and given an education along with her brother. Later in life, she had her written works widely published and read during a time when women’s voices were seen as fundamentally inferior to those of men. In one of her most influential and strongly opinionated works, ‘On the Equality of the Sexes’, Murray makes a strong case for the spiritual and intellectual equality of men and women, arguing that women and men are born equal, but that men are simply given more education and
Murray answers the argument that offering education to woman will lead them to neglect their "domestic employments" by exploiting the inequality and unequal educational opportunities given to women. She begins her argument by asking for a reason in which a gender of the same species might be born more superior
In her essays, Murray proves how to reach equality by identifying the importance of education among women. To Murray, women have an intellect and "the needle and the kitchen" does not provide enough stimulation to occupy a woman's intelligence. Women's apparent
This effective essay begins by setting up an argument in response to the question, while the opening also
Screening and Evaluation Assessment Essay Mikki Jackson Liberty University When I attended the second AA meeting, one individual stated that they had been a member of the Alcoholics Anonymous group for twenty two years. The individual stated that they started drinking at the age of eighteen years old. The individual stated that they started off consuming 1 case of beer a day for a couple of months, then gradually started consuming two cases daily, until they stopped getting the desired effects of beer; therefore, they started drinking harder liquor, brown and clear. The individual stated that they would consume at least 2 bottles non mixed liquor a night. The individual stated that they had something to drink every day, at least three
Evaluation of source #1 The article titled “Hypertension” written by Neil R Poulter , Dorairaj Prabhakaran, Mark Caulfield. It published on journal “The lancet” volume 386. This article is reliable because it was published in august 22 in 2015, which means there has very useful information. Also, The website is always available and organized well which is makes the article reliable, and using formal English. The authors are credible. The site provided contact information such as e-mail.
EN 1113- 41 Exploratory Essay Assignment Sheet For this essay, you will be taking an unbiased position to discuss your research findings. This essay should follow the following format:
English Language and Composition Reading Time: 15 minutes Suggested Writing Time: 40 minutes Directions: The following prompt is based on the accompanying eight sources. This question requires you to integrate a variety of sources into a coherent, well-written essay. Refer to the sources to support your position; avoid mere paraphrase or summary. Your argument should be central; the sources should support this argument. Remember to attribute both direct and indirect citations.
I would like to address the use of English in your essay, particularly for several incorrect spelling and grammar, which I already marked and inserted comments on your paper.
Composition II Evaluation Essay January 29, 2014 Sherry Ginn earned her MA and PhD in General-Experimental Psychology from the University of South Carolina. She completed post-doctoral training at the East Carolina University School of Medicine and taught at East Carolina University. She also enrolled in several classes in the Women’s Studies Program. She has published numerous articles
After the first shots of the Revolutionary war; revolutionaries adopt the Declaration of independence of 1776 that declared “All men are created equal”, but it did not include women. After the revolutionary war not change the old ideas and the married women status where they continue be a “coverture, it means a married women had no legal or economic status independent of her husband” (pp.187). Some women see how in the new republican failed to women’s rights, these women were Abigail Adams, Judith Sargent Murray, and Mercy Otis Warren. Abigail Adams wrote a letter to her husband, John Adam, she wrote “remember the ladies, and be more generous and favorable to them than your ancestors. Do not put such unlimited power in the husbands”; she wants that women will be independence and had rights and not only depend of a man. Judith Sargent Murray was another woman who argued that women’s minds were as good as any man’s and that girls should receive the same education as boys; she believed in the same educational opportunities because at the time, girls received little or no education.
The articles that are presented in the “On the EQUALITY of the SEXES” where written from a woman perspective between 1751 and 1852 to portray the treatment of women and their status in society. The author portrays her prospective of how women felt during an era of oppression for women. The reason Judith Murry was not as effective and persuasive in her writings, is because she failed to use logical statements to back-up her claim, she didn’t draw on actual experiences, and overly expressed her personal views and beliefs. When combined with the emotional argument made by the author, the proper use of logic, personal experiences and passion agreement, provide for solid and persuasive writings.
During my research, I will be gathering information to address critical evaluation questions that I have identified earlier in the evaluation process. To plan data collection, I must think concerning the question that needs to be answered and the source of information that is available. Before hand, I would commence by regarding the fashion the information can be organized, analyzed, interpreted and then communicate to various audiences. The information that I will collect is the information that will have ready to respond to the evaluation questions. I would ensure to avoid poor evidence since they are discredited information which could be irrelevant to the posed question. I would rely on positive or direct evidence since they
English 102 Effectiveness in Writing September 18, 2014 Critical Evaluation Essay “Now We Can Begin” an essay by Crystal Eastman is a very powerful essay. Eastman makes the point know in her essay that an honest and true feminist no matter where she stands in the movement she will see to the woman’s fight with strength and courage and how it matters in the future and as well as its difference in its approach for the workers fight for industrial freedom. Eastman state “In fighting for the right to vote most women have tried to be either non-committal or thoroughly respectable on every other subject. Now they can say what they are really after; and what they are after, in common with all the rest of the struggling world, is freedom”
While this assignment does challenge our writing abilities, it could do more. We are offered a choice of three topics to write about, so we are free to pick a topic that is the most comfortable for us. A good writer can create an argument for either side of any topic. If the assignment did not give us any choices, we would be challenged to write about something that we are not necessarily comfortable writing about. Students who write in their comfort zone will not try to improve their writing