A Practical Study of Argument

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Wadsworth, 2013 - Logic - 417 pages
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This title gives students an accessible and yet rigorous introduction to sound argumentation. It presents an adequate amount of theory to explain why certain kinds of arguments are sound or not, and brings this theory to life through everyday illustrations and examples.

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Trudy Govier, Professor of Philosophy at the University of Lethbridge, Canada, is a philosopher, author, and speaker who is widely known for her dynamic style of speaking and writing and her passionate advocacy of reasoned responses to conflict. She has spoken and written extensively on reconciliation, violence and non-violence, and topics in informal logic.

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