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argumentation

Logic the process of reasoning methodically
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It is a dialectical truth that, in the context of argumentation, logic and facts ought to be taken seriously.
The term argumentation is used throughout this research literature with several positive and negative connotations associated with it.
His attention to theology, narrative, and argumentation as well as practices, combines many of the strengths of theological traditions.
Rational argumentation for or against some action is at the heart of discourse ethics.
answering a question) and (b) the argumentation over an expressed opinion (i.
new] belong to one or more conflicting clusters, then defeasible argumentation based on the theory T is used to make a decision based on preference criteria declaratively specified by the user.
The outstanding merit of the book consists, however, in the way it achieves its second proposed goal of teaching linguistic argumentation.
Government advisory commissions, bioethicists, and current scientists use formally rational argumentation, and theologians use substantive rationality; the ideal typology controls the interpretation of the actual discourse.
Since such standpoints and premises of argument can be implicit (unexpressed) or expressed, the authors guide the student in uncovering them through contextual clues, an understanding of speech acts, and an analysis of the structures of argumentation.
Under many labels that categorize genre of various rhetorical patterns, such as recounts, narratives, reports, explanations, and expositions, argumentation has always been considered important because "it is common in academic disciplines, the vocations, and the professions; it is sensitive to task, audience, and community, and it is particularly difficult for non-native speakers" (Johns, 1991, as cited in Johns, 1993, p.
Pullman offers an introduction to the study of critical thinking, argumentation and rhetoric, useful for courses to which such considerations are important.
Meta-argumentation: An Approach to Logic and Argumentation Theory.