Practical Argumentation
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Practical Argumentation

By George K. Pattee
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Table of Contents
  • PRACTICAL ARGUMENTATION
  • PRACTICAL ARGUMENTATION
  • TO FRED LEWIS PATTEE
  • PRACTICAL ARGUMENTATION
  • PRACTICAL ARGUMENTATION
    • CHAPTER II
      • PROPOSITIONS OF POLICY.
        • PROPOSITIONS OF FACT.
        • EXERCISES
      • PROPOSITIONS OF FACT.
      • EXERCISES
    • PROPOSITIONS OF POLICY.
      • PROPOSITIONS OF FACT.
      • EXERCISES
    • PROPOSITIONS OF FACT.
    • EXERCISES
    • CHAPTER III
      • EXERCISES
    • EXERCISES
    • CHAPTER IV
      • DEFINITION.
        • EXPLANATION.
        • ISSUES.
        • PROPOSITIONS OF POLICY.
        • PROPOSITIONS OF FACT.
        • TESTS FOR ISSUES.
        • SHALL GREEK BE TAUGHT IN HIGH SCHOOLS?
        • DOES COLONIZATION PAY?
        • PARTITION.
        • HOW TO INVESTIGATE A SUBJECT.
        • EXERCISES
      • EXPLANATION.
      • ISSUES.
      • PROPOSITIONS OF POLICY.
      • PROPOSITIONS OF FACT.
      • TESTS FOR ISSUES.
      • SHALL GREEK BE TAUGHT IN HIGH SCHOOLS?
      • DOES COLONIZATION PAY?
      • PARTITION.
      • HOW TO INVESTIGATE A SUBJECT.
      • EXERCISES
    • DEFINITION.
      • EXPLANATION.
      • ISSUES.
      • PROPOSITIONS OF POLICY.
      • PROPOSITIONS OF FACT.
      • TESTS FOR ISSUES.
      • SHALL GREEK BE TAUGHT IN HIGH SCHOOLS?
      • DOES COLONIZATION PAY?
      • PARTITION.
      • HOW TO INVESTIGATE A SUBJECT.
      • EXERCISES
    • EXPLANATION.
    • ISSUES.
    • PROPOSITIONS OF POLICY.
    • PROPOSITIONS OF FACT.
    • TESTS FOR ISSUES.
    • SHALL GREEK BE TAUGHT IN HIGH SCHOOLS?
    • DOES COLONIZATION PAY?
    • PARTITION.
    • HOW TO INVESTIGATE A SUBJECT.
    • EXERCISES
    • CHAPTER V
      • GENERAL RULES.
        • RULES FOR THE INTRODUCTION.
        • FIRST MODEL.
        • NEGATIVE BRIEF.
        • SECOND MODEL.
        • AFFIRMATIVE BRIEF.
        • EXERCISES.
      • RULES FOR THE INTRODUCTION.
      • FIRST MODEL.
      • NEGATIVE BRIEF.
      • SECOND MODEL.
      • AFFIRMATIVE BRIEF.
      • EXERCISES.
    • GENERAL RULES.
      • RULES FOR THE INTRODUCTION.
      • FIRST MODEL.
      • NEGATIVE BRIEF.
      • SECOND MODEL.
      • AFFIRMATIVE BRIEF.
      • EXERCISES.
    • RULES FOR THE INTRODUCTION.
    • FIRST MODEL.
    • NEGATIVE BRIEF.
    • SECOND MODEL.
    • AFFIRMATIVE BRIEF.
    • EXERCISES.
    • CHAPTER VI
      • I. EVIDENCE.
        • A. TESTS OF THE SOURCE OF EVIDENCE.
        • B. INTERNAL TESTS OF EVIDENCE
        • ARGUMENT FROM AUTHORITY.
        • II. REASONING.
        • 1. ARGUMENT FROM ANTECEDENT PROBABILITY.
        • 2. ARGUMENT FROM SIGN.
        • 3. ARGUMENT FROM EXAMPLE.
        • PERSUASION.
        • EXERCISES
      • A. TESTS OF THE SOURCE OF EVIDENCE.
      • B. INTERNAL TESTS OF EVIDENCE
      • ARGUMENT FROM AUTHORITY.
      • II. REASONING.
      • 1. ARGUMENT FROM ANTECEDENT PROBABILITY.
      • 2. ARGUMENT FROM SIGN.
      • 3. ARGUMENT FROM EXAMPLE.
      • PERSUASION.
      • EXERCISES
    • I. EVIDENCE.
      • A. TESTS OF THE SOURCE OF EVIDENCE.
      • B. INTERNAL TESTS OF EVIDENCE
      • ARGUMENT FROM AUTHORITY.
      • II. REASONING.
      • 1. ARGUMENT FROM ANTECEDENT PROBABILITY.
      • 2. ARGUMENT FROM SIGN.
      • 3. ARGUMENT FROM EXAMPLE.
      • PERSUASION.
      • EXERCISES
    • A. TESTS OF THE SOURCE OF EVIDENCE.
    • B. INTERNAL TESTS OF EVIDENCE
    • ARGUMENT FROM AUTHORITY.
    • II. REASONING.
    • 1. ARGUMENT FROM ANTECEDENT PROBABILITY.
    • 2. ARGUMENT FROM SIGN.
    • 3. ARGUMENT FROM EXAMPLE.
    • PERSUASION.
    • EXERCISES
    • CHAPTER VII
      • THE CONCLUSION.
        • RULES FOR BRIEF-DRAWING.
        • RULES FOR THE INTRODUCTION.
        • RULES FOR THE DISCUSSION.
        • RULE FOR THE CONCLUSION.
        • MODEL BRIEF.
        • AFFIRMATIVE BRIEF.
        • EXERCISES
      • RULES FOR BRIEF-DRAWING.
      • RULES FOR THE INTRODUCTION.
      • RULES FOR THE DISCUSSION.
      • RULE FOR THE CONCLUSION.
      • MODEL BRIEF.
      • AFFIRMATIVE BRIEF.
      • EXERCISES
    • THE CONCLUSION.
      • RULES FOR BRIEF-DRAWING.
      • RULES FOR THE INTRODUCTION.
      • RULES FOR THE DISCUSSION.
      • RULE FOR THE CONCLUSION.
      • MODEL BRIEF.
      • AFFIRMATIVE BRIEF.
      • EXERCISES
    • RULES FOR BRIEF-DRAWING.
    • RULES FOR THE INTRODUCTION.
    • RULES FOR THE DISCUSSION.
    • RULE FOR THE CONCLUSION.
    • MODEL BRIEF.
    • AFFIRMATIVE BRIEF.
    • EXERCISES
    • CHAPTER VIII
      • EVIDENCE.
        • REASONING.
        • FALLACIES.
        • II. AMBIGOUS TERMS. (EQUIVOCATION; CONFUSION OF TERMS.)
        • III. FALSE CAUSE.
        • IV. COMPOSITION AND DIVISION.
        • V. IGNORING THE QUESTION. (IGNORATIO ELENCHI.)
        • VI. REDUCTIO AD ABSURDUM. (REDUCING TO AN ABSURDITY.)
        • II. THE DILEMMA.
        • EXERCISES.
      • REASONING.
      • FALLACIES.
      • II. AMBIGOUS TERMS. (EQUIVOCATION; CONFUSION OF TERMS.)
      • III. FALSE CAUSE.
      • IV. COMPOSITION AND DIVISION.
      • V. IGNORING THE QUESTION. (IGNORATIO ELENCHI.)
      • VI. REDUCTIO AD ABSURDUM. (REDUCING TO AN ABSURDITY.)
      • II. THE DILEMMA.
      • EXERCISES.
    • EVIDENCE.
      • REASONING.
      • FALLACIES.
      • II. AMBIGOUS TERMS. (EQUIVOCATION; CONFUSION OF TERMS.)
      • III. FALSE CAUSE.
      • IV. COMPOSITION AND DIVISION.
      • V. IGNORING THE QUESTION. (IGNORATIO ELENCHI.)
      • VI. REDUCTIO AD ABSURDUM. (REDUCING TO AN ABSURDITY.)
      • II. THE DILEMMA.
      • EXERCISES.
    • REASONING.
    • FALLACIES.
    • II. AMBIGOUS TERMS. (EQUIVOCATION; CONFUSION OF TERMS.)
    • III. FALSE CAUSE.
    • IV. COMPOSITION AND DIVISION.
    • V. IGNORING THE QUESTION. (IGNORATIO ELENCHI.)
    • VI. REDUCTIO AD ABSURDUM. (REDUCING TO AN ABSURDITY.)
    • II. THE DILEMMA.
    • EXERCISES.
    • CHAPTER IX
      • HOW TO PREPARE FOR DEBATE.
        • REFUTATION.
        • WHAT EACH DEBATER MUST DO.
        • SPECIAL FEATURES OF DEBATE.
        • DELIVERY.
        • HOW TO JUDGE A DEBATE.
      • REFUTATION.
      • WHAT EACH DEBATER MUST DO.
      • SPECIAL FEATURES OF DEBATE.
      • DELIVERY.
      • HOW TO JUDGE A DEBATE.
    • HOW TO PREPARE FOR DEBATE.
      • REFUTATION.
      • WHAT EACH DEBATER MUST DO.
      • SPECIAL FEATURES OF DEBATE.
      • DELIVERY.
      • HOW TO JUDGE A DEBATE.
    • REFUTATION.
    • WHAT EACH DEBATER MUST DO.
    • SPECIAL FEATURES OF DEBATE.
    • DELIVERY.
    • HOW TO JUDGE A DEBATE.
    • CHAPTER X
    • APPENDICES.
      • APPENDIX A
        • A WRITTEN ARGUMENT AND ITS BRIEF.
      • A WRITTEN ARGUMENT AND ITS BRIEF.
    • APPENDIX A
      • A WRITTEN ARGUMENT AND ITS BRIEF.
    • A WRITTEN ARGUMENT AND ITS BRIEF.
    • ARGUMENT AND BRIEF
      • NEGATIVE BRIEF.
        • DISCUSSION.
        • CONCLUSION.
      • DISCUSSION.
      • CONCLUSION.
    • NEGATIVE BRIEF.
      • DISCUSSION.
      • CONCLUSION.
    • DISCUSSION.
    • CONCLUSION.
    • APPENDIX B
      • A LIST OF PROPOSITIONS.
    • A LIST OF PROPOSITIONS.
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