Write a well-developed position statement in which you discuss one of the above four human nature statement, your level of agreement or disagreement with that statement, and why you agree or disagree. Your position statement should be at least one developed paragraph and around 300words in length (or more) to achieve the minimum level of analysis required for this assignment. IMPORTANT: When writing your position statement, do so keeping in mind what you learned from reading the Critical Thinking: Concepts and Tools booklet. Your statement should address at least each of the following points discussed in the booklet: Clearly State Purpose — Be sure to clearly state the purpose of your argument in a concise thesis statement at or toward the beginning of your position statement. Offer Some Evidence of Support — Support your argument with at least some kind of evidence whether it is scientific or anecdotal (from personal experience). While it is not essential to provide scientific evidence to support your point, it may strengthen an argument. Although not scientific, at the very least, offer anecdotal evidence (‘real life’ examples you’ve observed) to support your point. Consider Both Sides of the Issue — Be able to at least acknowledge other points of view. In your position statement, you should (at least briefly) address and acknowledge the position opposite of your own on the issue, acknowledging why others might believe or support the perspective opposite of your own on the issue, and then offering constructive reasons why you believe your position is stronger. Raise Critical Questions — Good critical thinkers raise critical questions. Based on your discussion of the issue, consider concluding your position statement by posing a related, thought-provoking question that you generated through your critical thinking regarding the issued you’ve discussed in your paragraph.