Deconstruct both arguments into symbolic statements

About this Assignment
Symbolic logic and Venn diagrams are tools that can be used to remove the content of an argument and examine whether or not the argument itself makes sense. Using these tools, you will examine an exchange on social media using either Venn diagrams, symbolic logic, or both in your paper. Your paper should be 1500 words minimum.

Debates about policy, philosophy, theology, and ethics abound in social media between family, friends, and strangers and these arguments can get very heated. For this assignment, summarize arguments from one of the following exchanges of letters and analyze the argument using symbolic logic.

On the Ethics of Eating Meat – Nadia Khouri and Jamie Woodhouse
Is Circumcision Wrong? – Brian Earp and Josh Yuter
Fascism and the Ethics of Violence – Gretchen Mullen and Michael Isaacson
Be sure to cite which letters you are summarizing and deconstructing using symbolic logic (e.g. Letter #3 and #4).

Deconstruct both arguments into symbolic statements
Use Venn diagrams and/or truth tables to examine the soundness of the arguments.
Discuss the results of your examination and the limitations of your analysis
Demonstrate how the same arguments would work with a different subject
Formatting & Sources
Please write your paper in APA format. You may refer to the course material for supporting evidence, but you must also use at least 3 sources and cite them using APA format. Please include a mix of both primary and secondary sources, with at least one source from a scholarly peer-reviewed journal. If you use any lessons as sources, please also cite them in APA (including the lesson title and instructor’s name).

Primary sources are first-hand accounts such as interviews, advertisements, speeches, company documents, statements, and press releases published by the company in question.

Secondary sources come from peer-reviewed scholarly journals, such as Computing Edge. You may use sources like JSTOR, Google Scholar, and to find articles from these journals. Secondary sources may also come from reputable websites with .gov, .edu, or .org in the domain. (Wikipedia is not a reputable source, though the sources listed in Wikipedia articles may be acceptable.)