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How to Win an Argument, 2nd Edition

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Proven techniques for getting your point across and winning argumentsIf you've ever felt the frustration of losing an argument--even when you knew you were right--to someone more skilled in pressing their point (and your hot buttons), this book is for you. This practical, often amusing guide gives you the tools you need to make your point clearly in any disagreement, from ...more
Paperback, 208 pages
Published December 29th 1995 by Wiley (first published December 31st 1978)
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I saw an interview where 2pac mentioned this book, I was all over it since then
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Decent book. It goes through the bare basics of an argument, and the typical tricks that people play when arguing.
The book is very logically and appropriately laid out. I found it a bit challenging because picking apart conversations to their bare components is not something that comes naturally to me. I borrowed from the library however I'm definitely going to buy it because it's one of those books that explains really useful life skills.
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Michael A. Gilbert is Professor of Philosophy at York University in Toronto, Canada. He is the author of Coalescent Argumentation (1979), as well as two novels and numerous scholarly articles
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