arguer


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Moreover, "All arguers are persons and all persons are capable of (though not necessarily skillful at) engaging others in argumentation" is analytically true.
It is unsound also because it relies on the falsehood, implied by the conclusion of the mutual recognition argument, that arguers must recognize the truth of some norms.
Namely, reactions toward other arguers were significantly more frequent in PT than in CT, whereas reactions toward the way or manner the arguments were formulated were more frequent in CT than in PT, thus confirming our predictions.
The arguer can choose to use the resources in a creative fashion to argue in a fashion that is "in sync" with the culture, that stretches the norms of the culture or is in opposition to the culture.
The creator of this site claims to be a champion arguer, with no friends or social life to prove it.
On pourrait tout d'abord arguer du fait que le retablissement d'une situation de levier financier favorable repose, en des termes nouveaux, la question de l'arbitrage entre financement par endettement ou par impot, en d'autres termes la balance entre contribuables actuels et futurs.
From inexact arguer and tutor of limited mind, Adam is transformed, through the alchemy of the poem's desires, into an authoritative guide in the romantic life of a Highland girl who has never been formally educated.
Smith is a good trial lawyer because she is an effective arguer.
Khosrojerdi deploys 11 wrapped images of himself around a meeting table, with the central (Jesus) figure looking up to a standing, aggressive arguer.
You need never confront, let alone refute, a single argument if you can demonise the arguer as "homophobic", or "sexist", or best of all--why not, since it worked for Andropov's K.
A l'inverse, on pourrait arguer que certaines personnes pensaient ne pas maitriser suffisamment l'anglais pour se recenser bilingues.
3) A tenacious arguer, prolific writer, and brilliant theorist, Linde left an indelible mark upon the Oregon Supreme Court during his thirteen years on the bench, particularly with regard to free speech jurisprudence.
they are virtually impossible to pry apart, even by the arguer himself.
Making political arguments about the reconfiguration of power cannot be made without the arguer assuming that at least some moral judgments and moral arguments are intrinsically and not just contingently compelling.