Types of Argumentation
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ARGUMENT TYPE: Argument for a definition of a term or expression, based on criteria set by the author.
ARGUMENT TYPE: Argument supports your judgment based on practical, aesthetic, or ethical criteria. Author purpose is to persuade the audience that the criteria you select to argue your point of view are appropriate and convincing and, therefore, that your argument (or thesis) is correct.
ARGUMENT TYPE: Argument based on values; involves judgement on an existing situation.
ARGUMENT TYPE: Argument analyzing why something happened or what happened as a result of an event or situation; form of forensic rhetoric.
ARGUMENT TYPE: Argument in which the first main point deals with the existence of a problem and the second main point presents a solution to the problem; form of deliberative rhetoric.
ARGUMENT TYPE: rhetoric that addresses events that happened in the past with the goal of setting things right after an injustice has occurred
ARGUMENT TYPE: One of the three types of rhetorical persuasion (the other two are forensic and demonstrative). Deliberative rhetoric deals with argument about choices. It concerns itself with matters that affect the future; its chief topic, according to Aristotle, is the "advantageous"--what's best for the audience, family, company, community, or country. Without deliberative rhetoric, democracy is impossible.
ARGUMENT TYPE: Persuasion that deals with values that bring a group together; usually focuses on matters in the present, and its chief topic is right versus wrong.
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