Debate Terms: theory - warrant
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A statement that explains other facts or that predicts the occurence of events
Toulmin Model of Argument
A model of argument developed by philosopher Stephen Toulmin. The basic model includes evidence, warrant, claim & reservation
Two Wrongs Fallacy
Occurs when a debater makes an argument urging the audience to accept, or condone, one thing that is wrong because another similar thing, also wrong, has been accepted and condoned.
A fallacy of language that occurs when the meaning of some words or word in an argument is indeterminate and when such vagueness prevents listeners from assessing the argument
Evidence based on the audience's proffered value
A case supporting a proposition of value; three principal elements of such a case are describing, relating, and evaluating.
Value categories (evidence)
An arrangement of values into groups so that a group (category) can be used as evidence.
Evidence based on how values are arranged in relation to each other
Stated or unstated reasoning process that explains the relationship between the evidence and the claim
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