1. Argument - definition of argument by The Free Dictionary

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    ar·gu·ment (ärgy-mnt) n. 1. a. A discussion in which the parties involved express disagreement with one another; a debate: philosophical arguments over the ...

  2. Argument - The Writing Center

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    What this handout is about This handout will define what an argument is and explain why you need one in most of your academic essays. Arguments are everywhere You may ...

  3. https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Argument

    Ein Argument (lateinisch argumentum, eigentlich Veranschaulichung, Darstellung; im übertragenen Sinn Beweismittel, Beweisgrund) ist fachlich (Logik ...

  4. Argument | Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy

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    Argument. The word argument can be used to designate a dispute or a fight, or it can be used more technically. The focus of this article is on understanding an ...

  5. Argument from authority - Wikipedia

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    An argument from authority, also called an appeal to authority, popularized by John Locke as the argumentum ad verecundiam, is a form of defeasible argument in which ...

  6. Argument Clinic - Monty Python's The Flying Circus -

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    14/11/2008 · Video embedded · Subscribe to the Official Monty Python Channel here - http://smarturl.it/SubscribeToPython Argument Clinic, taken from The Flying Circus.

  7. Are You Living in a Simulation? - Simulation Argument

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    The original paper that introduced the simulation argument

  8. https://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Argument

    Een argument kan verwijzen naar: Communicatie. Argumentatietheorie, een interdisciplinaire studie van hoe de mens door logisch redeneren tot conclusies komt die ...

  9. Cantor's diagonal argument - Wikipedia

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    In set theory, Cantor's diagonal argument, also called the diagonalisation argument, the diagonal slash argument or the diagonal method, was published in 1891 by ...

  10. Introduction to the GRE Argument Task (For Test Takers)

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    This page contains the Argument topics for the Analytical Writing section of the GRE® General Test. When you take the test, you will be presented with one Argument ...