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Synonyms for argumentation

the presentation of an argument or arguments

Synonyms for argumentation

a discussion in which reasons are advanced for and against some proposition or proposal

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Occurring continuously both in our mind and in the social arena, argumentation pervades our intelligent behavior and the challenge of developing artificial argumentation systems appears to be as diverse and exciting as the challenge of artificial intelligence itself.
Debates are a common activity in secondary and tertiary education, and they are often aimed at promoting dialogical argumentation.
This introduction to the current special issue comments on some of the key developments that have fostered (and, in some cases, possibly hindered) the ways in which argumentation theory has engaged questions about visual arguing.
Processes such as argumentation which focus on higher-order thinking can also be of benefit to lower ability students (Zohar & Dori, 2003).
Similarly, they also need the skills which help them in oral discussions and argumentation about the socio scientific issues.
3) notes, "Argumentation does not take place in a normative void[;] one cannot seriously make the argument that one ought not to argue, or that one ought not to take argumentation seriously, without destroying the point of making that argument" (emphasis in original).
Finocchiaro is able to maintain that the possibility of arguments that are not amenable to logical argumentation does not entail anything-goes argumentative anarchy because he has a broader sense of what counts as rational argumentation.
First, that argumentation is not only a cognitive but also a practical affair.
The conference, which was held for the first time in the Middle East and graced by HH Sheikha Moza bint Nasser, focused on the distinctive role that Qatar plays as a global bridge between civilisations and religions and an advocate of the culture of argumentation, tolerance and acceptance.
Therefore, such models can be seen as argumentation schemes, with the meaning of "argumentation scheme" as it is in informal logic (Walton, 1996; Walton, Reed, Macagno, 2008).
In pointing out the need for argumentation skills, Schwab (1962) argued that science education is merely a presentation of conclusions that are taught as empirical and absolute truth - a simple unproblematic collection of facts (Geddis, 1991).
The purpose of this paper is to establish the feasibility of success when argumentation is introduced as a part of learning physics in Lesotho.
Guest edited by Alessandra Beasley Von Burg of Wake Forest University, the papers that are presented here were drawn from the O Wake Forest University Biennial Argumentation Conference, which had invited participants to consider connections between argumentation and democracy or argumentation and citizenship, among other topics.
This college textbook, which aims to improve the study and practice of communicating reasonably under controversial circumstances, offers specific lesson objectives, such as providing an overview of argumentation, explaining the role of resistance and context in argumentation, relating argumentation to dialectics and rhetoric, and presenting a mindful dialectic approach to argumentative communication.
The argumentation was a comprehensive synopsis of what the academics and managers thought to be an ideal organization.