3,500 Good Quotes for Speakers by Gerald Lieberman
By Gerald Lieberman
Few issues boost a speech higher than a well-chosen citation, and during this e-book you will find anything for each subject and each celebration. no matter if you are after the knowledge of the a long time or a zingy wisecrack on any topic from skill to Zoo, it truly is the following, prepared alphabetically for simple reference. a significant reference and a pride simply to flick through besides.
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Setting aside for the moment the issue of the exact definition of argument fields, I suggest that the concept of argument borrowing generated from fields research has much to offer our discussion of the argumentation metaphor for debate. W 31 PERSPECTIVES IN CONTROVERSY Accordingly, this essay explores the meaning of the term “argument borrowing” by describing the various instances of the practice and investigates its implications. Because the process of argument borrowing is so prevalent and arguably inherent in intercollegiate debate, I argue for the necessity of exploring its possibilities for better debate pedagogy.