claim that progress is always a good thing, for example, in school or in
one's career, but fail to talk about the sacrifices or disadvantages
involved in making that progress.
missed the point in another way--they discussed how advancing in one
field might coincidentally lead to misfortune, for example, moving to a
new city because of a promotion at work and dying in a car accident in
the new city. Such an event is not truly related to the progress;
rather, it is simply an unfortunate coincidence.
essays did not discuss "progress;" rather, they discussed
"success" and the advantages and disadvantages of success
rather than the advantages and disadvantages of progress.