"Torture" by: Michael Levin and Cesare Bonesana Comparison of two opposing perceptions of torture in society.
Torture is defined as "infliction of severe physical pain as a means of punishment or coercion." Michael Levin and Cesare Bonesana both discuss this controversial issue in their essays. Both essays present readers with complete information on the issue. However, the writing style and strategies used by Michael Levin, in "The Case for Torture," make his argument more effective and easier to follow.
In determining the more effective argument, we can simply analyze the opening paragraphs of the two authors. For example, take into account the following starting paragraph from Bonesana's "T…
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