The Three Approaches to Argument

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The Three Approaches to Argument
  1. The Classical Approach

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    • The Classical Approach to Argument
    1. The Tomlin Approach
      1. *Probability over certainty
        1. Claim: State your position and main points
          1. Data: Evidence and reason for your position
            1. Warrant: Connection between your data and your claim
      2. Introduction: Hooks the attention of the audience
        1. Facts and events leading up to your topic to support your case
          1. Proposition: The previous information presented comes together to state your position
            1. Provide evidence and discuss your reasoning for your position
              1. Refutation: Address apposing viewpoints and explain why your position is still better
                1. Conclusion: Summarize your most important points and connect to peoples emotional side
      3. The Rogerian Approach
        1. Problem Solving or Coming to a Decision; sounds objective and/or open minded
          1. Introduction: State problem or a question to be answered
            1. Summary of opposing view points; in an objective manner
              1. Admits that opposing view may be valid
                1. State your position and why it works well
                  1. Explain how your position benefits those who don't already agree with you
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