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To evaluate an argument, the first and the foremost way is to assess it logically and find out all the possible factors that either support or negate the argument. Once you are through it, then it is not difficult for the person to give a valid answer (Night, 2018).
While considering the case 1 the increment in the popularity of the fish oil tablets has been rapidly increased as it gives a chance to the people to improve their health and it is massively used all across the globe, and people are getting benefit from it. These factors have been a valid reason for the increase in its popularity and the growth
While focusing on the second case regarding the care for hospices from the non-profitable organization is not convincing because in the private sector, the more you pay to them the more the better services you are going to avail from them. All these services have helped the people to enhance their health and as per the argument is given to the service providers, and they make sure to prevail the justice as well (Govier, 2002).
While considering the third case, both the universities are similar to each other, and there is no such difference as the qualities, traditions, colleagues, atmosphere, everything is almost the same, and there are such issues as mentioned by the authority as both are at different places moreover the syllabus is different.
I agree with the case 5 where the depressed workers are facing much more issues than that of the other people. The reason for giving an agreement to this issue is because the depressed worker is already not active neither in the state to bring more activity and happiness back in their life. This is one of the prime factors due to which the people may face more negativity even in the minutest issue, whereas happy people are always good to go (Noddings, 2018).
Govier, T. (2002). The philosophy of argument. Informal Logic, 22(1), 73-84.
Noddings, N. (2018). Philosophy of education. Routledge. 018).
Light, A. (2018). Reel Arguments: Film, philosophy, and social criticism. Routledge.
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