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The only argument reader, rhetoric, research guide, and handbook that emphasizes style throughtout the text, Discovering Arguments presents the classical persuasive appeals throughout the text while exploring the contributions of Stephen Toulmin and Carl Rogers.
Table of Contents
|Communication and Persuasion: Logos, Pathos, Ethos|
|Noticing and Thinking|
|The process of thinking|
|The paradigm shift Communicating Clearly and Effectively|
|Stop the Clock Specific evidence|
|Freedom from Choice Writing an Opinion Essay Finding your subject Writing Persuasively|
|The Persuasive Appeals Logos|
|On Human Survival|
|If I Told You, Would You Want to Hear?|
|Making Up for Lost Time Humor as pathos Ethos Recognizing ethos|
|A Trust Worth Winning New York Times , Editorial|
|A Moment of Grace Thesis|
|Statements Evaluating your thesis statement Engaging Your Audience: Titles, Introductions, Conclusions Features of good titles|
|Titles to avoid Features of good introductions|
|Introductions to avoid Features of good conclusions|
|Concluding strategies |