By David Zarefsky
Rgumentation: The learn of potent Reasoning (Parts 1 & 2). contains direction Guidebook. 24 Lectures/30 mins in keeping with lecture. Lectures: 1.Introducing Argumentation and Rhetoric; 2.History of Argumentation experiences; 3.Formal and casual Argument; 4.The Emergence of Controversy; 5.Resolution and matters; 6.Stasis - the focus of Dispute; 7.Presumption and Burden of evidence; 8.Argument research and Diagramming; 9.Claims and proof; 10.Reasoning from components to complete; 11.Moving from reason to impression; 12.Establishing Correlations; 13.Analogy, Narrative, and shape; 14.What Makes a valid Argument?; 15.Fallacies and Reasoning; 16.Validity and Fallacies Reconsidered; 17.Assembling a Case; 18.Attack and safeguard I; 19.Attack and protection II; 20.Language and magnificence in Argumentation; 21.Arguments among acquaintances; 22.Arguments between specialists; 23.Public Argument and Democratic existence; 24.The Ends of Argumentation.
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