Another way that I found Berger and Appiah to be similar is in the way that they explain and support their arguments. In Berger’s essay he is extremely interested in the details of the artwork. He wants to understand who made the painting, why the time period of the painting is significant, why the painting was made, and other details that may change the meaning of a piece of art. In Appiah’s essay he is interested in the history behind the word race as well as the science and biology of race. Berger and Appiah don’t simply state their opinions; they back up their arguments with many different facts and examples. By doing this both are able to create an argument that is convincing and appealing to the reader. [continues]
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