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Title   Critical Inquiry The Process of Argument 

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Author   BOYLAN M  ISBN   9780813344522  Add to shopping cart   
Publisher   Westview Press  Group   Commerce/Law View shopping cart
Binding   Paperback Category   Communicatio  Terms and conditions
Edition   1 Type   Go back
Publication Year   2009 
Subject   Philosophy: logic 
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Synopsis This informative book is a necessary companion for anyone seeking to uncover the secret of successful persuasion: to organize, construct, and communicate arguments. It is at once comprehensive and accessible, an authoritative guide to logical thinking and effective communication. First, the text defines the nature and uses of argument, explaining how to read argument carefully. Such analysis then requires the student to reconstruct arguments in his or her own words. Finally, the reader is taught how to create a critical, reasoned response, thus constructing his or her own argument. To increase its accessibility and expand its range of application, "Critical Inquiry" uses (in addition to textual examples) advertisements from print media as "texts" for applying its principles to subjects outside the traditional mode of academic presentation. Throughout, carefully selected reading questions and exercises pace the reader and ensure that the material is securely grasped and successfully applied.

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