A rulebook for arguments

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Hackett Pub. Co., 1987 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 93 pages
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Review: A Rulebook for Arguments

User Review  - Warren Moore - Goodreads

Great introduction to argumentation, especially for writing a paper. The rules are listed and explained concisely, which makes the book an easy reference and accessible enough to read and reread. Read full review

Review: A Rulebook for Arguments

User Review  - Aaron Downs - Goodreads

This short book will help you understand forms of argumentation. Weston developed rules to help you remember the different forms of argumentation, as well as to distinguish between faulty and valid arguments. Read full review

Contents

6 Use consistent terms
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Ill Arguments by Analogy
23
Arguments from Authority
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