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Argumentation
the cooperative act of developing and advancing arguments and of responding to the arguments of others. (p.3)
Argument
a claim advanced with a reason or reasons in its support.
Audience
the people for whom we develop our arguments.
Advocacy
the activity of promoting or opposing an idea in public settings. (P.5)
Power
the capacity to wield influence, to shape important decisions that affect the lives of others.
Public Discourse
open discussion of those issues that potentially affect everyone. (p.6)
Pluralistic Culture
a society composed of groups who see the world from different perspectives, value different activities, hold disparate religious beliefs, and aspire to different goals.
Rule of Reason
the agreement to engage in the cooperative process of argumentation rather than to resolve disagreement by other means. (p.11)
Procedures
the rules or guidelines according to which argumentation will take place.
Values
Deeply held moral commitments acquired from family, cultural background, religious training, and personal experience.