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Step 2 evaluate the argument 10 arguers and systems

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! Step 2 – Evaluate the argument. 10 Arguers and Systems of Belief ! Where there is an argument, there is an arguer behind it. ! An arguer can be a single individual or a group of people who hold a viewpoint. ! This is the first of several “people” who can be involved in the make-up of an argument. 11 Arguers and Systems of Belief (cont’d) ! The premises used by an arguer may be rooted in the arguer’s systems of belief , which may be influenced by our sex, race, nationality, religion, education, career, personal experiences, etc. ! Systems of belief can remain rooted and unchanging, or they can be rejected. 12
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Audiences ! An audience is comprised of a person, or group of people, who are being convinced of a conclusion. ! This is the second of several “people” who can be involved in argumentation. 13 Audiences (cont’d) ! Different Kinds of Audience ! Specific Audience – considering the actual audience members of an argument, their belief systems (e.g., profession, family status, etc.) ! Universal Audience – an abstract concept that assumes a broader audience reasonable people with differing systems of belief 14 Audiences (cont’d) ! Different Kinds of Audience !
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