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argumentation

Logic the process of reasoning methodically
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2) See my papers on argumentation quoted by Andy Young, van Dun (2006; 2009), and van Dun (1983).
The title of Andrew Young's paper, "Argumentation Ethics and the Question of Self-Ownership," suggests that it is about argumentation ethics (also known as the argument from argumentation or the argument from reason).
The following elements of argumentation ethics are directly relevant to Young's paper: (1) a person's self-control is a necessary condition of his ability to engage others in argumentation; (2) exercising self-control with proper respect for others is a person's undeniable (i.
Exposition genre and discussion genre are the two terms used within SFL to describe written argumentation (Coffin, 2000; Martin, 1989; Thompson, 2001).
Table 2 shows the macro move structure of a typical argumentation genre by nonnative English speakers (see Appendix A for the complete spoken text of the example).
Although the counter-argument stage is not obligatory, "good argumentation should include arguments both for the statement and against it before the final opinion is given" (Hopkins & Nettle, 1994, p.
Concerning genres, the researchers found frequent use of explanations intertwined with argumentations in PT and CT (Table 2, C); they also detected significant differences between CT and PT.
For instance, instruction (18%) means that in 18% of the argumentative events, the argumentations were intertwined with instructions, in contrast to 72% of the argumentative events that were not related to this genre.
For example, one cannot seriously make the argument that one ought not to argue, or that one ought not to take argumentation seriously, without destroying the point of making that argument.
The point of engaging another in an argumentation is to make him understand the reasons or arguments for believing, saying, or doing something, in such a way that he comes round to the conclusion that believing, saying, or doing it is justified as being in accordance with reason.
answering a question) and (b) the argumentation over an expressed opinion (i.
The mediation procedure is composed of three stages: (a) the preparatory stage, (b) the argumentation stage and (c) the concluding stage (Figure 3).