Argumentation and Critical Decision Making
Edition: 7th 2009
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Description: The first and most thoroughly developed audience-oriented argumentation text,Argumentation and Critical Decision Makingpresents argumentation as a cooperative, communicative process.Critical bases of argumentation, critical approaches to argumentation, analysis in argumentation, case-building, the nature of arguments, supporting arguments, refutation of arguments; and argumentation in law, science, religion, business, government and politics.Argumentation and critical thinking.
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List price: $136.20
Copyright year: 2009
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon, Incorporated
Publication date: 7/29/2008
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.50" long x 1.00" tall
|Elements of Argumentation Elements of Critical Decision Making Conclusion Project|
|Argumentation and Being Reasonable The Bases of Reason in Argumentation Spheres Conclusion Project|
|Making Sensein Argumentation|
|Traditional Criteria Nontraditional Criteria Alternative Dispute Resolution Conclusion Project|
|Analysis in Argumentation|
|Critical Analysis to Find a Proposition Critical Analysis of a Proposition Analysis of Claims Conclusion Project|
|Preliminary Steps in Case Building Briefing Arguments Developing a Convincing Vision Communication to Specific Decision Makers Conclusion Project|
|The Nature of Arguments|
|The Model of an Argument Types of Arguments Definitions as Argument The Analysis of Arguments Conclusion Project|
|Forms of Evidence General Principles for the Use of Evidence Sphere Dependence of Evidence Conclusion Project|
|Characteristics of Values Values Appear in Systems General Principles for the Use of Values Sphere Dependence of Values Conclusion Project|
|Characteristics of Credibility Forms of Credibility General Principles for the Use of Credibility Sphere Dependence of Credibility Conclusion Project|
|The Process of Refutation Approaching Refutation Setting a Framework for Refutation Selecting a Posture for Refutation Communicating Refutation Conclusion Project|
|Refutation By Fallacy Claim|
|Views of Fallacy Social Guides to Fallacy Claims Using Fallacy Claims in Refutation Conclusion <P style="MARGIN:|