Constructing Arguments An arguable thesis and/or claim should meet 3 criteria: It attempts to convince readers of something, change their minds about something, to urge them to do something. Or, it explores a topic in order to make a wise decision. It addresses a problem for which no easily acceptable solution exists or asks a question to which no absolute answer exists. It presents a position that readers might realistically have varying perspectives on.
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