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argumentation

Logic the process of reasoning methodically
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7 There are many subcategories of argumentation schemes: among the 'token' argumentations are presenting something as an inherent quality or as a characteristic part of something more general; the 'comparison' argumentations include relying on a metaphor, drawing a parallel, giving an example and referring to a model; among the 'consequence' argumentations are pointing to the effects of a course of action, presenting something as a means to a certain end, and letting the end justify the means.
An adequate evaluation of argumentation starts from an analytic overview of the argumentative discourse.
Figure 1shows the percentages of students whose argumentations were judged to be at different level.
Key Words: conceptual understanding, argumentation skills
After all, he has taken the trouble to devote an academic paper to it and expressed his thanks to many people with whom he had previously discussed his views, presumably in respectful argumentations.
Typically, argumentation takes place between two people; it only becomes more complex when several two-person argumentations interlock: in their discussion of some problem, A and B refer to arguments used or conclusions reached in their discussions with others or in discussions in which neither of them took part.
One type of argumentation that can be brought forward in legislative debates in the European Parliament is argumentation from example.
Argumentation from example, or inductive argumentation, is considered to be a type of argumentation that is rather susceptible to criticism.
The best they can do is refuse to participate in argumentations and restrict themselves to one or another variety of "sales talk," (14) making appeals to the others' fears and hopes, their greed and vanity, instead of their reason.
Moreover, every human being goes through a stage early in life when his rational faculties and his knowledge of the world are still insufficient to allow him to participate in argumentations.
This essay seeks a rapprochement between these theories of rhetoric as epistemic and basic argumentation pedagogy.
It is also not the only way that we might reconsider argumentation.