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explicit
fully and clearly expressed; nothing is implied
infer/imply
to conclude from evidence or reason
article/essay/story
a literary composition on a single subject
thesis/focus/main idea
proposition that is maintained by an argument
one-sided argument
very strong argument that does not offer an opposing view
delayed thesis argument
both dies of the argument are explored; find out authors stance at the end of the paper
criteria
a standard, rule, or test on which a judgment is based
value
precise meaning or import
stephen toulmin
rejected the prevailing models of argument based on formal logic in favor of a very audience-based courtroom model