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Words and phrases that have a meaning related to argumentation:   (132 results)

Often used in the same context:
sophistry, ipse dixit, logical fallacy, epistemology, hairsplitting, positivist, hermeneutics, syllogisms, sophistic, exegetical, reasoning, pedantry, sophists, arguer, casuistry, monism, polemics, empiricism, platonism, nominalism, arguments, refutations, praxis, dogmatism, presuppositions, construal, dialogic, constructivism, reductionism, aristotelian, obiter dicta, explication, incommensurability, hegelian, logical positivism, dialectic, circumlocution, philological, tendentiousness, disputation, rhetoricians, theorization, subjectivism, indefiniteness, dualism, genitive, exegesis, factuality, parliamentarianism, apologetics, speciousness, philo, demagogy, legalism, deductive reasoning, evolutionism, supernaturalism, versification, counterarguments, dissimulation, literalism, logics, obiter dictum, sophistical, originalism, tu quoque, discourse, dialectical materialism, eurocentrism, parmenides, socratic method, intertextuality, theological, ecclesiology, didactics, theism, reductio ad absurdum, intellectualization, cogency, essentialism, socratic, chiasmus, teleology, kantian, edmund husserl, thomist, dramaturgy, theology, excursus, aristotelian logic, esotericism, ad hominem, prepositional phrase, historicism, laicism, pedagogy, jurisprudence, tautologies, existentialist philosophy, psychoanalytical, historiography, anthropic, argument, ratiocination, reasonings, theorizing, inquiry, groundwork, justification, enquiry, grounding, justifications, rationales, theorising, thinking, discussion, disquisition, philosophizing, rationale

More specific:
casuistry, line of inquiry, line of questioning, policy

Appears in the definition of:
casuistry, forensic, logical fallacy

More general:
abstract thought, logical thinking, reasoning

Synonyms:
line, line of reasoning, logical argument

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— Adjectives for argumentation: rational, logical, such, legal, philosophical, moral, scientific, political, theological, further, persuasive, more...

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