BOOK NOTES CHAPTER 3:
The grounds of an argument and its limits are made by a clear proposition. A
proposition identifies arguments ground and points to a change in belief or
Proposition establishes responsibilities. Gives presumption to the opp
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Reasoning: the inferential leap between grounds and claim made
6 major types of reasoning:
- small cases are dilemma.
- because of the grounds listed above this cla
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Evidence: is the information taken form material of facto or opinion used to
establish the probable truth of a claim.
Types of websites and evidence:
- government documents
- fact books, encycloped
BOOK NOTES CHAPTER 5:
Argument revolves around issue, and to identify these we use
main points and each one can be used as a unit of argument.
A building block of the case.
Case of argumentation developed around contentions which is
a fancy word for mai
BOOK NOTES CHAPTER 4:
Case development: putting together an argument to either
advocate or oppose. Preparation.
Actual issues: are the questions central to the specific need for
knowledge or differences of opinion identified by the wording
of the proposit
Chapter 2 book notes:
Field of argumentation: is a social or professional context in which people argue
to make decisions or build a body of knowledge. A field dependent is that are
particular to that field alone. Field jargon that only people in that fie