The passage states that euphemisms, jargon and inflated language are used to avoid directly mentioning a painful reality, to create solidarity and to make something more impressive than it actually is.
Got me wondering...perhaps you wanted to say something like "to create empathy"/"to make others relate to"/"to make people identify themselves with" etc.
Well, depends on the meaning you wanted, could be that you thought of solidarity, but...got me thinking, just in case.
The article also provides three reasons to back it up. However the professor explains that euphemisms, jargon and inflated language[/s] the use of language that way, can also be forms of double speaking when they're used to mislead and deceive others. The professor refutes each of the author's reasons.
Third, the reading says that inflated affected/pompous/stilted language is designed to make the ordinary seem extraordinary. (just not to repeat "inflated", again and again.)
The professor opposes this point by explaining thatinflated (language is designed to deceive people.
In conclusion the reading claims that euphemisms, jargon and inflated flowery/pretentious language are used in order to avoid reality. Whereas, the professor disagrees with that claim, suggests that euphemisms, jargon and inflated language such stylistic devices are used to deceive and mislead people.
My comment was just a redraft, a kick-off, others will pick up where I left off.
By the way, one can see that you express himself in a good way. One correction here and there, but you are in the right path.