Critical Thinking and Everyday Argument (with InfoTrac)
This text introduces students to fundamental principles of argumentation and critical thinking and teaches them that argument is a part of everyday life. It draws on everyday experiences and examples to demonstrate principles of logic, forms of reasoning, propositions and stock issues, evidence, language, and refutation. It also addresses the use of the principles in contexts such as public communication, dyadic argumentation, and small group settings.
Specifications of Critical Thinking and Everyday Argument (with InfoTrac)
|Number Of Pages||380|
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