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Bioethical Decision Making and Argumentation
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Critical Thinking Skills
In informal logic and philosophy , an argument map or argument diagram is a visual representation of the structure of an argument. An argument map typically includes the key components of the argument, traditionally called the conclusion and the premises , also called contention and reasons. There are different styles of argument map but they are often functionally equivalent and represent an argument's individual claims and the relationships between them. Argument maps are commonly used in the context of teaching and applying critical thinking. Argument maps are often designed to support deliberation of issues, ideas and arguments in wicked problems. An argument map is not to be confused with a concept map or a mind map , two other kinds of node—link diagram which have different constraints on nodes and links.
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How to Follow Complex Arguments. These skills, like any rationally, thinking objectively, and other, require considerable thought, effort thinking independently. Familiarizes students with an argument by a social historian about the use of the fork rather than one's fingers, and an argument on why people subject themselves to such punishment in many sports.