This essay focuses on an effective argument. Is Thomson’s position compatible with Marquis’ views on abortion? Minimum 200 words no other sources need to be used besides the ones provided below. Link to Thomson argument https://learn-us-east-1-prod-fleet02-xythos.content.blackboardcdn.com/5b000e5353fae/1942709?X-
Firstly, What is the core of Thomson’s argument?
Secondly, What is it trying to show?
Thirdly, Is it an effective argument? (Why? Why not?)
In addition, Is Thomson’s position compatible with Marquis’ views on abortion?
Further, Minimum 200 words no other sources need to be use besides the ones provide below.
In academic writing, an argument is usually a main idea, often call a “claim” or “thesis statement,”
back up with evidence that supports the idea.
Moreover, In the majority of college papers, you will need to make some sort of claim and use evidence to support it,
Lastly, and your ability to do this well will separate your papers from those of students
who see assignments as mere accumulations of fact and detail.
Furthermore, In other words, gone are the happy days of being given a “topic” about which you can write anything.
It is time to stake out a position and prove why it is a good position for a thinking person to hold.
See our handout on thesis statements.
Claims can be as simple as “Protons are positively charge and electrons are negatively charge,”
with evidence such as, “In this experiment, protons and electrons acted in such and such a way.”
Claims can also be as complex as “The end of the South African system of apartheid was inevitable,”
Firstly, using reasoning and evidence such as, “Every successful revolution in the modern era has come about after the government in power
has given and then remove small concessions to the uprising group.”
Secondly, In either case, the rest of your paper will detail the reasoning and evidence that have led you to believe that your position is best.