argument of the comic strip and whether this argument reflects a proposition of fact, value, or policy. Refer to class notes from Unit 7 (Ethos & Source Credibility) as well as the Herrick (2011) reading from Unit 1 to help you complete this activity.
For EACH of the three comic strips (A-C), respond to the following:
1. Summarize the main argument of the comic strip in one sentence.
2.Based on your answer to 1, is this argument a proposition of fact, value, or policy? How do you know this (defend your answer)?
Additionally, answer the following general question about propositions of fact, value, and policy:
3.What is the importance of identifying whether an argument (either your own or a speakers) is a proposition of fact, value, or policy?
This activity must be submitted to eCampus as either a text submission or an attached file no later than 11:59pm on March 2nd.
(NOTE: You must click on the Activity 5 link in the Online Activities Section to get started
Elie Wiesel and Primo Levi testify to the emotional or psychic impact of trauma in their Holocaust memoirs. Please choose two events that their distinct texts have in common and compare how the two writers bear witness to these events similarly and differently. In what sense are these events represented alike or from different perspectives? What do these representations say about trauma? And how do they shape our interpretation of the memoirs? Please pay attention to important textual elements such as