Which is the best strategy for responding to counter-arguments in your persuasive research essay? a. avoid addressing opinions that point out flaws in your thesis. b. use language that will appeal to the emotions of your audience. c. respond to reasonable outlooks instead of weak ones. d. ignore any evidence that does not support your own thesis
D) Respond to reasonable outlooks instead of weak ones
A person who is doing an essay should have in mind the point of view of other people that are listening or reading because in that way they can get a reasonable and understandable arguments.
If a person is avoiding opinions as it says in answer a) and ignoring pieces of evidence that they have as we can see in answer b) it would be selfish because of the ones who are trying to understand the essay and to see every evidence that you have.
Use language that will appeal to the emotions of your audience would not be useful because the arguments would appeal anyway. (answer c)