Chapter 17 Review -...

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Effective argumentation can be a mediating force between opposing sides and a knowledge- building activity Defining Argumentation Argumentation is the mechanics of influence and structure of reason…create meaning… fluid and evolving Persuasion is the outcome. ..the work that goes into persuading is argumentation For the process of argumentation to be successful,  its participants must have a  high  tolerance for disagreement and be risk-takers in the process. Engaging in the process of argumentation is a self-risking enterprise. The most successful context for argumentation is those instances where the participants  are willing to be open and change their sense of the world around them.  Rationality and Reason in Argumentation Reason is our best chance to avoid violence when conflicting arises. Therefore, reasoning is the means to process differences between opposing forces. Argumentation is the structure of the reason…it also has the potential to open up a way  of knwowing Epistemology The question of Epistemology, HOW WE KNOW WHAT WE KNOW Many scholars believe, the way we come to know things is through language. In addition to providing a means to resolve conflict, argumentation also can function as a  means to create knowledge about the world around us. The process of argumentation functions as a…”poles” (for and against” of the argument
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This note was uploaded on 05/15/2010 for the course CMS 306M taught by Professor Gomez during the Spring '06 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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Chapter 17 Review -...

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