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Thinking from A to Z

Nigel Warburton - Philosophy - 2000 - 150 pages
With Thinking from A to Z, Nigel Warburton presents an alphabetically arranged guide to help readers understand the art of arguing.
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Good Reasoning Matters!: A Constructive Approach to Critical Thinking

Leo Groarke, Christopher William Tindale - Philosophy - 2004 - 470 pages
Using an innovative approach to critical thinking, Good Reasoning Matters 3e identifies the essential structure of good arguments in a variety of contexts and provides ...
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Writing Arguments: A Rhetoric with Readings

John D. Ramage, John C. Bean, June Johnson - Language Arts & Disciplines - 2001 - 473 pages
Key Benefit: The market leader in argumentative rhetorics, Writing Arguments has proven highly successful in teaching individuals to read arguments critically and to produce ...
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The Rhetoric of Reason: Writing and the Attractions of Argument

James Crosswhite - Education - 1996 - 329 pages
Argues to reestablish the traditional role of rhetoric in education and discusses the importance of a student's ability to write a reasoned argument.
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The cognitive style of PowerPoint

Edward R. Tufte - Computers - 2003 - 27 pages
Using specific examples, Tufte explains how PowerPoint's templates "usually weaken verbal and spatial reasoning and almost always corrupt statistical analysis," and describes ...
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The Craft of Argument

Joseph M. Williams, Gregory G. Colomb - Language Arts & Disciplines - 2007 - 492 pages
The Craft of Argument is designed to help integrate the skills of writing, critical thinking, and arguing for the purpose of enabling the writer to write arguments that are ...
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The Analects

Confucius - Literary Criticism - 2006 - 140 pages
Few individuals have shaped their country's civilization more profoundly than the Master Kong, better-known as Confucius (551-479 BC). His sayings and those of his disciples ...
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