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Uses a conceptual framework to discuss argumentation
This text uses a conceptual framework involving three types of claims (fact, value, policy) that are advanced by forms of reasoning (definition, example, cause, sign, etc.). This framework describes a wider variety of arguments.
Upon completing this book, readers will be able to:Understand basic concepts in argumentation theory, criticism, and practice Make good arguments as well as evaluate the arguments they encounter
Publisher: Pearson Education (US)
Number of pages: 424
Weight: 658 g
Dimensions: 232 x 187 x 23 mm
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