By Patrick J. Hurley
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Will you have sufficient time to prepare for classes and tests, and will the job produce an excessive drain on your energies? As with warnings, if there is no evidence that is intended to prove anything, then there is no argument. 2 Recognizing Arguments 15 1 A statement of belief or opinion is an expression about what someone happens to believe or think about something. Examples: We believe that our company must develop and produce outstanding products that will perform a great service or fulfill a need for our customers.
Max Lerner, America as a Civilization) In each passage the topic sentence is stated first, and the remaining sentences merely develop and flesh out this topic sentence. These passages are not arguments because they lack an inferential claim. However, expository passages differ from simple noninferential passages (such as warnings and pieces of advice) in that many of them can also be taken as arguments. If the purpose of the subsequent sentences in the passage is not only to flesh out the topic sentence but also to prove it, then the passage is an argument.
Together they constitute one of the most important bodies of chamber music literature. (Robert Hickok, Exploring Music) ★28. A person never becomes truly self-reliant. Even though he deals effectively with things, he is necessarily dependent upon those who have taught him to 26 Chapter 1 Basic Concepts do so. They have selected the things he is dependent upon and determined the kinds and degrees of dependencies. (B. F. Skinner, Beyond Freedom and Dignity) 29. There is no doubt that some businessmen conspire to shorten the useful life of their products in order to guarantee replacement sales.