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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??

  • philosophy -

    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:

    Dear ________:
    Introduction, ending with your thesis statement

    Sincerely, _____________

  • philosophy -

    thanks Ms. sue

  • philosophy -

    You're welcome.

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