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Notes/quotable:
Begin by discerning if language is rhetoric or argument, p7-8; reconstruct an argument as simply as possible, and evaluate the claim (conclusion) with support (premise) or the recommendation. Note the context of the argument, which can prove the conclusion false or true circumstantially. Rhetoric is the window dressing, p10. Implicature–the implied aspects of meaning employed to stimulate response. Something meets a definition if it meets the necessary and significant conditions to be true. Lots of definitions here…

p20-21 An argument differs from an explanation in that it does not assume that the listener agrees with the ‘givenness’ of the statement. Justification is reason why the argument is reasonable.