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Alexander M.
writing tutor specializing in philosophical writing
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Subject: Writing

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Identify the sentence in the passive voice and rewrite it in the active voice: 1.) Godzilla woke up. 2.) Godzilla has been destroying the city. 3.) We are running away from the city.

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Answer:

2.) is in the passive voice. The sentence is the active voice is "Godzilla is destroying the city."

Subject: Philosophy

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1.) Convert the following argument into standard form: Henry is a dog. If Henry is a dog, then Henry is a reptile. Therefore, Henry is reptile. 2.) Then, state if the argument is valid and/or sound and explain why. If the argument is valid, state the form of the argument.

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Answer:

1.) A = henry is a dog, B = henry is a reptile A If A then B Therefore, B 2.) The truth of the premises entails the truth of the conclusion, so the argument is valid. More specifically, the argument is a modus ponens argument. The argument is not sound. The second premise is false. It is not the case if Henry is a dog, then Henry is a reptile.

Subject: Literature

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What is a motif, and give an example of one?

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A motif is a recurring thematic element. An example of a motif is the motif of addiction in David Foster Wallace's Infinite Jest. The main characters each face different addictions, whether it be to entertainment or drugs.

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