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Argumentation : the study of effective reasoning

Author: David Zarefsky; Teaching Company.
Publisher: Chantilly, VA : Teaching Co., [2005]
Series: Great courses (DVD)., Philosophy & intellectual history.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 2nd ed., Library edView all editions and formats
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Dr. David Zarefsky, professor of communication studies at Northwestern University, delivers lectures covering the history of rhetoric and debate as well as analysis of different types of arguments in various situations.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David Zarefsky; Teaching Company.
ISBN: 1598031171 9781598031171
OCLC Number: 733795301
Notes: Guidebooks contain bibliographical references.
Consists of 24 lectures in 2 volumes, 12 lectures per volume.
Performer(s): Lecturer, Dr. David Zarefsky.
Target Audience: Not rated.
Description: 126 p. ; 19 cm.
Details: DVD.
Contents: Part 2. Disc 3. Lecture 13. Reasoning from parts to whole --
Lecture 14. Reasoning with comparisons --
Lecture 15. Establishing correlations --
Lecture 16. Moving from cause to effect --
Lecture 17. Commonplaces and arguments from form --
Lecture 18. Hybrid patterns of inference --
Disc 4. Lecture 19. Validity and fallacies I --
Lecture 20. Validity and fallacies II --
Lecture 21. Arguments between friends --
Lecture 22. Arguments among experts --
Lecture 23. Public argument and democratic life --
Lecture 24. The ends of argumentation. Part 1. Disc 1. Lecture 1. Introducing argumentation and rhetoric --
Lecture 2. Underlying assumptions of argumentation --
Lecture 3. Formal and informal argumentation --
Lecture 4. History of argumentation studies --
Lecture 5. Argument analysis and diagramming --
Lecture 6. Complex structures of argument --
Disc 2. Lecture 7. Case construction --
requirements and options --
Lecture 8. Stasis --
the heart of the controversy --
Lecture 9. Attack and defense I --
Lecture 10. Attack and defense II --
Lecture 11. Language and style in argument --
Lecture 12. Evaluating evidence.
Series Title: Great courses (DVD)., Philosophy & intellectual history.
Other Titles: Great courses argumentation
Study of effective reasoning
Responsibility: [David Zarefsky].

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Dr. David Zarefsky, professor of communication studies at Northwestern University, delivers lectures covering the history of rhetoric and debate as well as analysis of different types of arguments in various situations.

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