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\nVisit Below Link, To Download This Course:\n\nhttps://www.tutorialsservice.net/product/eng-106-week-2-discussions-latest-gcu/\n\nOr \nEmail us on\nSUPPORT@TUTORIALSSERVICE.NET\n\nENG 106 Week 2 Discussions Latest-GCU\nENG106\nENG 106 Topic 2 DQ 1 Latest-GCU\nRead “Legalizing the Organ Trade?” by Ritter, located on the Time website (copy and paste the link into the URL).\nhttp://www.time.com/time/world/article/0,8599,1833858,00.html\nAs noted in Peter Ritter’s (2008), “Legalizing the Organ Trade?”, Singapore’s health minister, Khaw Boon Wan, argued that, “We may be able to find an acceptable way to allow a meaningful compensation for some living, unrelated kidney donors, without breaching ethical principles or hurting the sensitivities of others” (para. 2). In the definition essay assignment, you are asked to select a term, define the term, and offer evidence to support your definition of the term.\n

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eng 106 week 2 discussions latest gcu

ENG 106 WEEK 2 DISCUSSIONS LATEST-GCU

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ENG 106 Topic 2 DQ 1 Latest-GCU

Read “Legalizing the Organ Trade?” by Ritter, located on the Time website (copy and paste the link into

the URL).

http://www.time.com/time/world/article/0,8599,1833858,00.html

As noted in Peter Ritter’s (2008), “Legalizing the Organ Trade?”, Singapore’s health minister, Khaw Boon

Wan, argued that, “We may be able to find an acceptable way to allow a meaningful compensation for

some living, unrelated kidney donors, without breaching ethical principles or hurting the sensitivities of

others” (para. 2). In the definition essay assignment, you are asked to select a term, define the term, and

offer evidence to support your definition of the term.

In this case, imagine you have selected the term meaningful compensation to define. You might ask

yourself: What constitutes meaningful compensation for an organ donor, especially if the donor is poor

and the recipient is wealthy? What examples of human organ sales can I find that match or do not match

your definition of meaningful compensation? What other terms related to organ sales and donation would

be suitable for an argument of definition?

ENG 106 Topic 2 DQ 2 Latest-GCU

In the Aristotelian or Classical Framework for argument, a writer might target an audience of readers that

is undecided or neutral about the main claim (thesis statement) of the essay. A section is placed directly

before the conclusion for acknowledging opposing

before the conclusion for acknowledging opposing viewpoints. Then the writer chooses to concede or

refute that view.

Why does the writer not want to spend much time on an opposing viewpoint? Why mention that viewpoint

at all? How might a concession help or hinder the main claim of the essay (the thesis)? What are some

opposing viewpoints you might include in your definition essay?