What is the author's main argument?

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Then, FOR THE ARTICLE YOU CHOOSE TO WRITE ON, you will type a 1000-1500 word response in which you address EACH of the following points IN YOUR OWN WORDS: 1) What is the author's main argument? 2) How does he support his main argument (evidence, ancillary arguments, etc.)? 3) Do you agree or disagree with him? 4) Why or why not? 5) Apply the insights of at least two of the readings we have studied in this course (in chapters 1-9) to your analysis. Make sure to give a substantive explanation of how the philosophers' insights are relevant to the topic you are discussing.

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School: Purdue University


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How and How Not to Love Mankind
Many authors across the writing industry tend to come up with different ideas and
opinions on some topics. The writers support their argument by giving reasons why things look
like they are in the situation they explain throughout the papers. One of the most inspiring
articles regarding the welfare and humanity of mankind Theodore Dalrymple articles “How and
How Not to Love Mankind”. It is an article of its own kind in that it gives a clear definition of
how people can be different despite having parallel lives. Essentially, people born at the same
time or during the same era and having to live within the same means in terms of career and lives
can tend to be completely different. The foundation of the reason is looking at the Ivan Turgenev
and Karl Marx reasoning on people and their sense of humility.
It is clear that looking from the two theorists; Turgenev is more concerned about mankind
especially on humility and welfare while Karl Marx concern is more on the people system than
the people themselves. The two have different point of knowledge towards the human kind as
delivered in their prior publications. It is clear that i...

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