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- Discussion Log One, Thursday, January 21 In this
discussion, we talked about the op. ed. essays you chose to read. You were
asked to comment on features of the essay, using some of the definitions on
argument types and argument elements found in the first 31 pages of
Everything's An Argument. You can use this log to find your messages,
and then cut and paste them into a word processor to use as fodder in your
essay. Also, you can look at the issues and definitions raised by your
classmates, and learn from (a.k.a. steal) their ideas.
- Discussion Log Two, Feb 3, 1999 Logs. These discussions were based on qualities of argument and the ethos looked for in different arguments. Discussion began as response to the reading in the class text, Everything's An Argument.