Perspectives on Argumentation: Essays in Honor of Wayne Brockriede

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Wayne Brockriede, Robert Trapp, Janice E. Schuetz
IDEA, 2006 - 338 páginas
Key title in Rhetoric, Argumentation, and Debate Series, a classic work once again available. Explores a variety of perspectives and situations in which teachers and learners can find arguments. The book is dedicated to Wayne Brockriede (1922-1985) whose career focused on teaching and learning about argument. The essays demonstrate the important role that reasoning plays in personal, social, philosophical and technical communities. The essays that are not published elsewhere also emphasize the great variety of unique places where students can search for and find arguments.
 

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Argumentation Perspectives and Places
1
Where Is Argument?
4
Three Perspectives on Argument Rhetoric Dialectic Logic
9
Argument Communities
27
Arguing in the Personal Community
41
Arguments in Interpersonal Relationship
43
To Argue or Not to Argue
55
Marital Arguments
73
Arguing in Philosophical and Technical Communities
175
Argument in the Human Sciences
178
Classical Argument Dialectics and Trialectics
190
Darwin Thales and the Milkmaid Scientific Revolution and Argument from Common Beliefs and Common Sense
207
Argumentation and Postmodern Critique
221
Argument Criticism as Creative
232
Arguing in Nontraditional Places
241
The Narratives of Alcoholics Anonymous Dialectical Good Reasons
243

Analyzing Argumentative Discourse
86
Arguing in the Social Community
107
Taking Social Argument Serious
110
Fallacies in Everyday Argument
121
Where Is Argument? Perelmans Theory of Values
134
Eisenhowers Farewell The Epistemic Function of Argument
151
Naming and Name Calling as Acts of Definition Political Campaigns and the 1988 Presidential Debates
162
Argument and Beauty A Review and Exploration of Connections
258
Corporate Advocacy as Argumentation
272
The Future of Argumentation
285
Future Directions in Argumentation Theory and Practice
287
Future Directions in Argumentation Research
298
Bibliography
315
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Robert Trapp is Professor of Rhetoric & Media Studies, Director of Forensics at Willamette University. Janice Schuetz is Professor of Journalism and Communication at The University of New Mexico.

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