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Controversial; subject to argument.

Pleading in which a point relied upon is not set out, but merely implied, is often labeled argumentative. Pleading that contains arguments that should be saved for trial, in addition to allegations establishing a Cause of Action or defense, is also called argumentative.

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In addition to the workshop materials, at the end of the workshop students were given a quick guide to writing effective case analyses that provided them with eight main take-aways for writing analytically and argumentatively (see Figure 6).
Even though the actual billboards were short-lived, they were still visually and argumentatively forceful because reproduced images of the billboard circulated on social media and news outlets, creating image events (DeLuca 1999) on public screens (DeLuca and Peeples 2002) that ruptured normative assumptions of science and climate change.
All that said, though, it's unlikely that I would be the one to see the problems with my own generation's work: the places where an argument fails not rhetorically (because the structure of feeling of a particular audience won't permit it to be considered, as in the examples above), but argumentatively, because an assumption is flawed, a claim doesn't follow from the evidence, a theoretical model doesn't fit as well as we thought.
The following elements of argumentation ethics are directly relevant to Young's paper: (1) a person's self-control is a necessary condition of his ability to engage others in argumentation; (2) exercising self-control with proper respect for others is a person's undeniable (i.e., argumentatively undeniable) right of self-ownership.
This anxiety, usually involving the relationship between interpretation and history, presses allegorical readings into a predetermined opposition to history in a way that argumentatively begs the question in favor of discreet typological reading.
I demonstrate that only the libertarian private property ethic can be justified argumentatively, because it is the praxeological presupposition of argumentation as such; and that any deviating, nonlibertarian ethical proposal can be shown to be in violation of this demonstrated preference.
If more time is available in framework to bounce back intended result, monetary policy can be depended upon while early and essential realisation argumentatively requires greater relance to be placed on fiscal policy.
Senior Curator of Oakland Museum Rene De Guzman's essay, "Snapshot," which captures moments of Liu's life that she knew personally, as Liu's studio assistant, is a little diffused and argumentatively thin.
Challenged would have done the trick argumentatively, if not affectively.
"We cannot cross-examine either actually or argumentatively the mind of Michigan legislators nor question their motives," declared Justice Felix Frankfurter, a leading Progressive jurist.
Historically grounded, theoretically sound and argumentatively plausible, it provides a rich starting point for further debate and scholarship.
For example, in the case of antipersonnel landmines, NGOs were able to influence the policy outcome significantly as they argumentatively connected the landmine issue with the taboo of using chemical and biological weapons (a strategy called grafting).

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