Category Archives: Critical Reading

Critical Reading – Tabitha Corrao

“Like the abortion industry, the vital organ transplantation industry rests on the utilitarian principle that the end justifies the means. Like the abortion industry, its nexus is hard, cold cash — billions in hard cold cash.” Don’t give your heart … Continue reading

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A13: Critical Reading

Assignment A13 Today, following the Model for Critical Reading, I’ll ask you to closely examine the claims made, inferences made, and conclusions drawn by the author of one of the Organ Donation sources. Time stamps would be welcome if you’re … Continue reading

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A Model for Critical Reading

Kidney Season on Death Row Today, I’ll ask you to carefully examine a written argument for claims that can be disputed for accuracy, sufficiency, and relevance; for inferences that are unfair, unreasonable, illogical, or irrelevant; and for judgments that not … Continue reading

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