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by Michael A. Gilbert
Paperback, 153 pages. Published December 31st 1978 by McGraw-Hill Companies. It goes through the bare basics of an argument, and the typical tricks that people play when arguing.
Paperback, 153 pages. How to Win an Argument. 0070232156 (ISBN13: 9780070232150). The book is very logically and appropriately laid out. I found it a bit challenging because picking apart conversations to their bare components is not something that comes naturally to me.
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The purpose of this book is to teach you about good argument-how to win one and how to experience the understanding, insight, and human contact that all good arguments engender
The purpose of this book is to teach you about good argument-how to win one and how to experience the understanding, insight, and human contact that all good arguments engender. Since very often the truth has little to do with winning or losing, the decision, even the knockout, may go to the sneakiest or slickest viewpoint, and not to the best or wisest.
FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Michael A. Gilbert is Professor of Philosophy at York University in Toronto, Canada
FREE shipping on qualifying offers. How to Win an Argument is designed to provide you with the tools you need to improve your rhetorical and critical skills. Since we constantly argue at work. Gilbert is Professor of Philosophy at York University in Toronto, Canada. He is the author of Coalescent Argumentation (1979), as well as two novels, and numerous scholarly articles.
By (author) Michael A. Gilbert. This is a HOW to book that makes sense
By (author) Michael A. This is a HOW to book that makes sense. No doubt because it is based on a thorough understanding of the peculiarities and possibilities of argumentation.
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by Michael A. This book will enable you to choose your arguments carefully and prevent you from being misled by fallacies and empty rhetoric
by Michael A. Select Format: Hardcover. This book will enable you to choose your arguments carefully and prevent you from being misled by fallacies and empty rhetoric. If you've ever felt the frustration of losing an argument-even when you knew you were right-to someone more skilled in pressing their point (and your hot buttons), this book is for you. This practical, often amusing guide gives you the tools you need to make your point clearly in any disagreement, from a formal debate to a roaring shouting match.
Rudolph de Harak’s McGraw-Hill paperback design is considered one of his best works, where he created . Its clear with each book cover, he has tried to use simple but abstract imagery which represents the contents of the book.
Rudolph de Harak’s McGraw-Hill paperback design is considered one of his best works, where he created over 350 individual covers in 1960 for a variety of different subjects for the Educational Boo. The book cover to the left’s imagery is of two silhouettes merging together. The colour choice is also limited, as is the number of fonts used at once, there is actually only one font used throughout possibly to stop confusion, along with limited colours, about the concept of the book.
How do I win an argument? Update Cancel. This does not mean the participants accept the argument as valid, only that one party demonstrated a better argument and won by whatever metric is used to settle the debate session. 2. Debate is a subset of advocacy
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