Instructions In your text, the authors discuss the central goal of an argument in . They also explain how an argument in ethics is different from an argument you might have with your best friend.
Your task is to:
1.Provide one paragraph that compares and contrasts an ethical argument and an argument with a friend over where to eat lunch. How are they different? Are there similarities?
2. Get creative. Write a brief ethical argument between two people on an ethical issue (of your choice). Provide at least two facts for each discussant. (The argument should contain at two people and should contain at least two points for each side of the argument. Your argument should be deductive in nature. By example, if two people are arguing about cheating on a test, each person should offer two facts supporting their position, going from general to specific.)
3. Use two different fallacies in your discussion. You may have each discussant use one fallacy each, or one discussant use two fallacies. Either way, use two fallacies.