How to Win an Argument is a practical, often amusing guide to the art of arguing that offers proven techniques to build confidence and keep you prepared. Includes scripts of sample arguments to illustrate techniques in practice and skill-reinforcing interactive quizzes.
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This is a HOW to book that makes sense. No doubt because it is based on a thorough understanding of the peculiarities and possibilities of argumentation. -- Frans H. van Eemeren, Professor of Speech Communication, Argumentation Theory, and Rhetoric?University of Amsterdam If argumentation is important, then this book will be of inestimable value. St. Catherine's Standard Praise for the First and Second Editions: Insightful, instructive, and enjoyable to read... Publishers Weekly Praise for the First and Second Editions: Insightful, instructive, and enjoyable to read. Publishers WeeklyFrom the Back Cover:
Proven techniques for getting your point across and winning arguments
If you′ve ever felt the frustration of losing an argument—even when you knew you were right—to someone more skilled in pressing their point (and your hot buttons), this book is for you. This practical, often amusing guide gives you the tools you need to make your point clearly in any disagreement, from a formal debate to a roaring shouting match. You′ll find:
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Book Description Mcgraw-Hill, 1979. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0070232156
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