Presentation Summary : Arguments in Philosophy Introduction to Philosophy Arguments Philosophy is the art of constructing and evaluating arguments It’s all about the argument Arguments ...
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Presentation Summary : Persuasion vs. Argument "With its roots in orality, rhetoric has a bias for viewing audiences as particular. Aristotle said, ‘The persuasive is persuasive to ...
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Presentation Summary : Types of Arguments Inductive Argument: An argument in which the truth of the premises is supposed to prove that the conclusion is probably true.
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Presentation Summary : Toulmin’s Model of Argumentation There are six aspects of argument These six aspects can be identified in any argument and may be used to both analyze an argument ...
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Presentation Summary : Valid and Invalid arguments Definition of Argument Sequence of statements: Statement 1; Statement 2; Therefore, Statement 3. Statements 1 and 2 are called premises.
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Presentation Summary : An Introduction to Persuasion and Argument Moving people to a belief, position, or course of action Adapted from Mike McGuire’s Com 101 class notes, MV Community ...
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Presentation Summary : Argument Writing Traits. Clearly stated claims, balanced by alternate or . opposing claims. Supporting evidence from accurate and credible sources. A strong ...
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Presentation Summary : Arguments Minds and Machines Arguments When people think of an argument, they usually think of a fight between two people (‘they’re having an argument’).
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Presentation Summary : Your Argument Matters Who your claims pertain to The real-world effects of your claims Show why your argument matters—answer the “Who cares?” and “So what ...
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Presentation Summary : Chapter 10: The Argument Essay Writer’s Task: argue for his claim and recognize opposing view and anticipate the responses of his audience Techniques for Writing ...
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Presentation Summary : The Ontological Argument Anselm’s Definition of “God” “God” = A being “than which a greater cannot be thought”. Anselm’s Argument Two big steps: Step ...
Source : http://www.unc.edu/~theis/phil32/ontologicalobj.ppt
Presentation Summary : Definitional Argument These arguments are particularly powerful in that they help determine what something or someone is. Thus, they can result in inclusion or exclusion.
Source : http://www.sjsu.edu/people/julie.hawker/courses/c1/s1/Definitional%20Argument%20Slides.ppt
Presentation Summary : Argumentative and Persuasive Writing The Basics of Argumentative Writing What is an Argument? When you write an argument, you are trying to convince a reader to agree ...
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Presentation Summary : Title: ARGUMENT WRITING Author. Last modified by: Howard County Created Date: 8/8/2011 12:58:17 PM Document presentation format: On-screen Show (4:3)
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Presentation Summary : ARGUMENT 101 Examples Private schools vs. public schools Dogs make the best pets Science fiction novels are more interesting than romance novels Computers are a ...
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Presentation Summary : Evidence and Argument Evidence The asserted facts that the arbitrator will consider in making a decision Information What is presented at the hearing
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Presentation Summary : Ask your readers to resist your argument and to indicate weak spots A Review of the main Features of the Argumentative Essay It presents supporting evidence that ...
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Presentation Summary : Introduction to Philosophy Lecture 3 Formalizing an argument By David Kelsey 4 Simple steps to formalizing Here is a quick 4 step process to formalizing arguments: 1.
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Presentation Summary : Ling 21: LANGUAGE & THOUGHT Lecture 2: Recognizing Arguments ARGUMENT STRUCTURE Logic: The study of arguments An argument is a sequence of statements – One is the ...
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Presentation Summary : Analysis and Argument. Academic paper = analyze facts or ideas to: make sense of them, tell me their meanings, their significance. Articulate relationships
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