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How can we achieve clarity through writingTo judge anything with any degree of clarity and accuracy we would need all the information past present and future and how it will affect all concerned to make a perfect judgment When no one has that skill ability or information you might agree it may be unwise to judge Sidney MadwedWhat the author is saying is that without the information of both sides of a story clarity can not be reached and it is unfair to judge before you can achieve this clarity This is very true many of the people of the world have strong views based on race religion and education and tend to prejudge others based on these ideals They generally do not look at the holistic view and others suffer prejudices that could be avoided By achieving clarity a deeper holistic view will be achieved making basis of prejudices more validMy growth of writing in this semester has developed immensely When I first came into this class I had very poignant views that were based strictly on my morals Through this class though I was able to create a sense of clarity in my thoughts and writing by looking deeper into other peoples opinions not just the single sided judgments that I had The transformation that I went through created a greater worth of the words I wrote in my papers and helped to make sense of all the issues addressed not just one of themOnly by looking at both sides of a story we can achieve clarity in our writing When we only take one view or stance to persuade an audience we are caught up in our perspective and dont take the time to get both of the views Only one principle is being contested leaving an empty space where the other vision should be By doing this we only touch the base of a subject get half of the account without
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