Marijuana should be legalized; or Society has an obligation to provide housing for the homeless; or Nuclear deterrence is irrational.

Marijuana should be legalized; or Society has an obligation to provide housing for the homeless; or Nuclear deterrence is irrational.

Paper instructions:
Begin by choosing any ONE of the following as the centrepiece for your ‘Fact-and-Arguments’-style essay:
B1. an argument involving a ‘straw man’ fallacy and ‘equivocation’; or
B2. a cogent (or sound) argument involving conversion and contradiction; or
B3. a cogent (or sound) argument involving constructive dilemma and disjunctive syllogism; or
B4. an argument involving an ‘existential’ fallacy.
2. Next, apply your understanding of B1, B2, B3, or B4 to any ONE of the following statements in 2.1.B, p. 70
(treating those statements as conclusions rather than premises):
3. Marijuana should be legalized; or
6. Society has an obligation to provide housing for the homeless; or
12. Nuclear deterrence is irrational.
This yields 12 possibilities: B1 applied to 6, B4 applied to 3, etc. Although you must not explicitly name the virtue
or vice within the body of your essay, a well-crafted version of your argument (indicated below in RED) is required
on the bottom half of your Title Page (not Cover Sheet). Here are two examples:
‘B1 applied to 6’ (you may be able to work the ‘straw man’ premise into either of the ‘equivocal’ ones):
(1) _____________________. (straw-man premise)
(2) _____________________. (first equivocal premise)
(3) _____________________. (second equivocal premise)
So, (4) society has an obligation to provide housing for the homeless. (conclusion)
‘B4 applied to 3’ (you will need a minimum of two premises and one sub-conclusion):
(1) _____________________. (universal premise)
So, (2) _____________________. (particular sub-conclusion)
(3) _____________________. (another premise)
So, (4) marijuana should be legalized. (conclusion)
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