In response to the ongoing financial crisis challenging European monetary union, numerous observers have warned of the potential for a collapse not only of the euro, but of the entire integration project. How would you respond to such a warning? Rather than describing current events or forecasting the likely outcome, focus on explaining the larger context for how we should interpret the emergent tension. Why do we observe such problems (as the uncertainty and disagreement over how to respond to the current predicament), and what aspects of the development and structure of the European Union do we need to know in order to appropriately assess claims about the unraveling of monetary union and the integration project more generally?
Develop a clear, direct, logical and substantive argument. It is imperative that you fully and appropriately cite all sources (and you will most likely need to draw on scholarly as well as journalistic sources).
determine irrationality of a suicide if there was no way possible of the individual knowing; it can only be judged if there was no attempt to get it from reliable sources (Battin 137-138). I think that Battin is inferring that not having the correct information could mean they are unable to participate in rational thought process. Another assumption of suicide not being rational due to this criterion is caused by internal factors, such as depression where they can unknowingly suppress certain information (Brandt, cited in Battin 1995, 138). She counters this by stating that you can still have adequate information because the future may be already negative, even with a smaller view (Battin 138-139). Therefore, from her counterargument, she is countering any claims of narrow views that the opposition would try to argue by stating that an individual’s health status does not matter. Battin states that some would claim that suicide would be irrational if one committed it because of an unlikely future, but states t>GET ANSWER