argumentation


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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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Fostering students' knowledge and argumentation skills through dilemmas in human genetics.
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 text contains five lessons, specifically (1) Perspectives on Argumentation, (2) Language in Argumentation, (3) Arguments: Analysis and Evaluation (4) Managing Conflict, and (5) Ethics in Inquiry and Advocacy.
This question can be reformulated as: is there congruity between the argumentation and the saga?
Current research in science education (Duschl, 2008) indicates that a productive way to help students achieve these important educational outcomes is to give them more opportunities to learn about scientific argumentation (i.
A body of research suggests, however, that the skills of reasoning and argumentation are domain specific, that is, students who can argue successfully in history may not argue successfully in science.
In justificatory argumentation two or more persons seek to justify or to excuse a belief or action, to determine whether it is a belief one ought to accept (or to reject) or an action one ought to undertake (or to forgo), or whether the circumstances of the case present sufficient reasons (e.
And one of the key ways that humans do this is to use argumentation either internally, by evaluating arguments and counterarguments, or externally, by for instance entering into a discussion or debate where arguments are exchanged.
From an international legal argumentation conference in Rotterdam, 19 papers explore the theme of the rule of law.
Argumentation, defined as the valid combination of claims and premises (Plantin, 1996), is promoted under the assumption that it leads to the construction of more meaningful knowledge by means of metacognitive processes.