A Rulebook for Arguments has ratings and reviews. Kirstine said: If you want to be good at arguing, this book is for you. I read it all in one. Short Arguments: Some General Rules Arguments begin by marshaling reasons and organizing them in a clear and fair way. Chapter I offers general rules for. A Rulebook for Arguments by Anthony Weston – book review By Eko Rustamaji ( ) Description A Rulebook for Arguments was written by Anthony.
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I didn’t appreciate that the author uses a lot of political and religious examples for demonstrating arguments and shows a pretty consistent bias in the way he presents them.
If you need to write an essay and you have no idea how to do it, this book might help. A Rulebook for Arguments Fourth Edition. Rhetoric and the Rule of Law: Return to Book Page. A rulebook for arguments Anthony Weston Snippet view – It is clearly laid out, easy to follow and very informative. A compilation of great tips and examples to make your points.
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It’s organized so that each “rule” can be referenced by number, grouped according to topic. Lists with This Book. It is generally persuasive in style, or at least should be, and should reasonably follow standards of logic or critical thinking.
I understand that it’s made to be a simple rulebook, but since it’s over 80 pages long, I wasn’t expecting it to be so simple. Pollock – – Minds and Machines 1 4: Jul 23, Vel Veeter rated it liked it Shelves: He is currently working on the concept of conductive argument and its applications. I wish the people on facebook with whom I have nonsensical political and religious arguments would read this.
The best part was probably the voucher example used.
In this chapter, there are some explanations, such as sources should be cited, and seek informed sources. Nothing earthshaking here, and the examples were a bit brief, but it was altogether worth reading.
The sixth chapter is Deductive Anthoyn. Interestingly, I would co If you’re looking for a way to make sure you never lose an argument again, this is not the book for you.
Nov 07, Timothy Goldsmith rated it really liked it. This short book will help you understand forms of argumentation. This could be effective for a class or prolonged study of this material, but I’m not sure I would recommend it beyond a high school anthnoy and, at the same time, I’m not sure I would recommend it to high school students either because of the content of some of the examples – one of which is about having sex in space.
Not this westoj fewer than pages it selects concision as a goal.
There is also addendums on oral arguments, fallacies, definition, and a note on the place of argument in the studies of logic and rhetoric. If you’re looking for a very basic overview of argumentation and logic, then it’s worth having.
Atnhony make poor arguments in a book about arguments?
Books by Anthony Weston. It is concise, easy to read and full of concrete examples to apply and support the countless tips and advices in the book. The downside for that function is that there is no index.
A Rulebook for Arguments by Anthony Weston
Also, and this is much worse, he keeps bringing in religious examples, so the issue is the same. A Logic of Practical Reasoning. Rewards indepth study over time and practice. In this chapter, there are explanation in distinguishing argumejts and conclusion, presenting the ideas in rulebbook natural order, starting from reliable premises, being concrete and concise, and avoiding loaded language. A Rulebook for Arguments by Anthony Weston. However, the book does not provide bibliography or references in the last page of it.
I read this book in two extended sittings with indepth study, because the book is two in one. From starting with premises, testing them, con This small book acts as a guide on how to make good arguments in writing.
A Rulebook for Arguments
Log In Sign Up. The author does rulebbook give some sources for larger works if the reader is interested. The chapters from this book is complete starting from the easy material to the difficult material supported by the fallacies and appendix provided in last page of the book.