Essay heading: 2. What are the differences between "I am certain" and "it is certain", and is passionate conviction ever sufficient for justifying knowledge?
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July 26, 2008
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My parents would often read through me and come up with a counter argument. Often times before even hearing what they had to say, I would decide to stand by my answer and argue it. One might say, how might you argue for something which you do not know? I would then respond with an answer like growing up as the second youngest of five children helps to teach you many different ways of arguing...
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A tried and true method would be to base your argument upon what is deemed certain. For example arguing that certain drugs should be legal based on the consumption of cigarettes and alcohol in our society. If I were to state that I am certain that marijuana should be legal in today according to our government because though I agree with the excuse of deeming marijuana as unhealthy and even addicting both alcohol and cigarettes are certainly worse for you're health and they are both legal...
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