HYPERLINK "ashford.instructure.com \o "Author's name" Brittany Smith Thursday Jul 6 at 3:26pm Manage Discussion EntryInvalid Argument Brittany Smith # 27: You shouldn’t tell someone to do something unless you would be willing to do it yourself. You’ve never gone to war. So you shouldn’t vote for others to go to war. Premise 1: You shouldn’t tell someone to do something unless you would the full story for others to learn too. It would be safe to argue that anybody with the ability and willingness to vote for people to go to war to do so. Hardy J. Foster C. & Zúñiga y Postigo G. (2015). With good reason: A guide to critical thinking [Electronic version]. Retrieved from content.ashford.edu This text is a Constellation™ course digital materials (CDM) title. [...]
Must be proficient in argument under the topic of Informal Logic. Your instructor will choose the discussion question and post it as the first response in the discussion forum. The requirements for this discussion are a minimum of four posts on four separate days. The total combined word count for all of your posts for this discussion, counted together, should be at least 400 words. Answer all the questions in the prompt, and read any resources that are required to complete the discussion properly. In order to satisfy the posting requirements for the week, complete your initial post by Day 3 (Thursday) and your other posts by Day 7 (Monday). We recommend that you get into the discussion early and spread out your posts over the course of the week. Reply to your classmates and instructor. Attempt to take the conversation further by examining their claims or arguments in more depth or responding to the posts that they make to you. Keep the discussion on target, and analyze things in as much detail as you can. I will choose 3 students and copy and paste their posts as three different attachments for you to respond to. I'm also attaching the professors attachment first. The total minimum word count must be 400 words with 3 responses to peers and 1 of my own.