The Persuasive Pen: An Integrated Approach to Reasoning and Writing
The Persuasive Penoffers practical assistance in both the writing process and critical thinking. It teaches students how to think critically and clearly, and how to shape ideas convincingly for readers with varying expectations and responses. This book will be of interest to anyone who teaches a Critical Thinking course, offered in both Philosophy and English departments; Informal Logic; English Composition; Persuasive Writing; and other interdisciplinary courses in which argumentation, writing, and research skills are emphasized.
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A Case Study of Sherlock Holmes
Defining a Topic for Thinking and Writing
Identifying Arguments and Their Structures
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