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Unformatted text preview: Second, question the evidence supporting the claim-Make a case that your opponent has been guilty of one or more fallacies of arguments. 2.Counterargument- emphasize not so much the shortcomings of the arguments that you are rebutting but the positive strengths of the position you wish to support.-Offer an argument of the other point of view, in the hope that it will outweigh the argument that is being rebutted. Be careful, consider the wisdom of audience members to hear all sides of an issue to make up their minds about the merits of the case. Steps to a Rebuttal Argument is on page 186-188...
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2008 for the course ENGL 102 taught by Professor Brown during the Spring '07 term at New Mexico.
- Spring '07