The Pleasures Of Eating Rhetorical Analysis Essay

Aristotle once defined rhetoric as “an ability, in each particular case, to see the means of persuasion” or in a simpler term, “persuasion. ” The use of rhetoric dates back centuries all the way to ancient Greece. Rhetoric is simply used for everyday communication. It can be defined by three concepts: Logos, Ethos, and Pathos. … Read more

Essay on Ending World Hunger

For as long as humans have existed, we have needed food to survive. From our humble beginnings as hunter gatherers to the now extravagant, new age restaurants, we as humans have come a long way in how we consume our food. In Lizzie Widdicombe’s article about Soylent and its creator’s hopes and dreams, we are … Read more

Social Norms And Eating Essay

Food intake, both in quantity and type has been found to be affected by social influences. Social norms have been found to be very influential on our consumption of food, both on choice and intake (Higgs, 2015). There is evidence that eating with just one other person can influence our intake of food by 44% … Read more

Personal Narrative: The Joe Louis Arena Essay

When asked to name a favorite place, some people’s brains may be flooded with memories of different spaces and experiences they have had. But for me, it is easy. Only one place comes to mind—the Joe Louis Arena. The home of the Detroit Red Wings is a dome rich in history and uniquely located in … Read more