Logic and A. Argumentation B.

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Argumentation

What is argumentation?
A. Argumentation
B. Issue identified
C. Background resents both sides of issue
Understanding Argumentation and Persuasion
A. Persuasion
1. pathos
2. logos
3.ethos
B. argumentation
1.logos
2.reason
3.emotions
Planing an argumentative essay
A .choosing a topic
1.purpose
B. developing a thesis
1.thesis
2.debatable
3.antithesis
C. analyzing your audience
1.skeptical
D. gathering and documenting evidence
1.evidence
E. kinds of evidence
1.fact
2.opinion
F. criteria for evidence
1.relevant
2.representative
3.typical
4.sufficient
G. Documentation of evidence
1.document
2.Documentation
3.plagiarism
4.common knowledge
H. Dealing with the opposition
1.refutation
2.refute
3.straw man
I. Understanding Rogerian Argument
1. Rogerian argument
IV. Using Deductive and Inductive Arguments
A. Deductive reasoning
B. Inductive reasoning

C. Using deductive arguments
1.syllogism
2.major premise
3.minor premise
4.conclusion
5.evidence
6.valid
7.undistributed
8.distributed
9.true
10.sound
11.self-evidence
D. Using Inductive Arguments
1.hypothesis
2.inference
3.jumping to a conclusion
4.inductive leap
F. Using Toulmin Logic
1. Toulmic logic
2. Claims
3. grounds
4.warrant
G .Recognizing Fallacies
1.fallacies
2.Begging the question
3. Argument from Analogy
4.Personal Attack (Argument Ad Hominem
5.Jumping to a conclusion
6. False Dilemma (Either/ Or Fallacy)
7.Equivocation
8. Red Herring
9. You Also (Tu Quoque)
10.Appeal to Doubtful Authority
11.Misleading Statistics
12. Non Sequitur ( It does not follow)
H. Using transitions
1.transitional word
2.Phrases
V. Structuring an Argumentative Essay...
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