Reason reclaimed: essays in honor of J. Anthony Blair and Ralph H. Johnson
Hans V. Hansen, Robert C. Pinto
Vale Press, 2007 - Education - 313 pages
Nineteen essays by leading writers on the nature and scope of argument, fallacies, the burden of proof, and dialectical issues.
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