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Dialogues presents argument not as a battle to be won, but as a process of debate and deliberation --the exchange of opinions and ideas-- among people with different values and perspectives.
Table of Contents
|Strategies for Reading and Writing Arguments||p. 1|
|Understanding Persuasion: Thinking Like a Negotiator||p. 3|
|What Makes an Argument||p. 4|
|Facts Are Not Arguable||p. 4|
|The Uses of Argument||p. 6|
|Moving from Debate to Dialogue||p. 13|
|Deborah Tannen, ""Taking a 'War of Words' Too Literally""||p. 16|
|Sample Arguments for AnalysisMichael Lewis, ""The Case Against Tipping""||p. 21|
|Andrew Braaksma, ""Some Lessons I Learned on the Assembly""||p. 24|
|Reading Arguments: Thinkin|
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