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How can you beat lawyers, floor politicians and get your own way? By knowing how to use argument. All you need to know about the tricks of the rhetorical trade is listed and explained in Thinking for A-Z . This book shows you how to spot humptydumptying, wishful thinking, zig-zagging, rash generalizations, reductio ad absurdum, a gambler's fallacy or if someone is getting personal. Arranged in alphabetical order, this book makes an ideal reference tool, as well as an irrestible guide to dip into. Thinking from A-Z is written for anyone wanting to sharpen their thinking skills.
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Nigel Warburton is the author of the bestseller, Philosophy the Basics, 2nd Edition, also published by Routledge.Review:
"Nigel Warburton's clear to-the-point style is a winner. Its brevity commends it. The work is far more readable than most. Warburton's examples are topical, and he goes to great lengths and succeeds in communicating his material in a lively and entertaining fashion." -- Alex Orenstein, City University of New York
"Written in a clear and unpretentious style, it will be readily accessible to the ordinary intelligent reader. It presupposes no special background knowledge. It should be particularly useful for sixth-formers and undergraduates in the humanities and social sciences, who need to sharpen up their argumentation in essays. It also provides a useful antidote to various spurious forms of argument common in political debate and in the popular news media." -- Jonathan Lowe, University of Durham
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Book Description Routledge, 1996. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110415096863
Book Description Routledge, 1996. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0415096863
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