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I am supposed to write a pursuasive letter to a european philosopher...
Write a persuasive, formal letter to a specific European philosopher. In the letter, argue that this philosopher is incorrect in his or her view about a particular issue.
Provide support from your readings, examples from your experience, and your own analysis to prove the philosopher wrong.
Does anyone know where I can get an example as of how to write this letter?? or what is the best way to start this formal persuasive letter??
You'll write this pretty much as you would any other persuasive paper.
The first thing you need to do is devise a thesis statement. Perhaps something like this: I respectfully disagree with your ideas on __________, ______________, and _______________.
Then make an outline with the reasons that you disagree and presenting your own points of view.
After you've done that, you're ready to start your letter:
Introduction, ending with your thesis statement
thanks Ms. sue