The Aims of Argument: A Brief Guide
McGraw-Hill, Aug 1, 2002 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 400 pages
The Aims of Argument is a process-oriented introduction to argumentation with unique coverage of the aims, or purposes, of argument: to inquire, to convince, to persuade, and to mediate. In contrast to other approaches, the focus on aims provides rhetorical context that helps students write, as well as read, arguments.
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