Critical Thinking, Reading, and Writing: A Brief Guide to Argument (10th Edition) – ePub/PDF

eBook details

  • Authors: Sylvan Barnet, Hugo Adam Bedau, John O’Hara
  • File Size: 67 MB
  • Format: ePub
  • Length: 484 Pages
  • Publisher: Bedford/St. Martin’s; 10th edition
  • Publication Date: September 27, 2019
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B07Z583Z1N
  • ISBN-10: 1319194516, 1319281419, 1319295401
  • ISBN-13: 9781319194512, 9781319216856, 9781319336295, 9781319281410, 9781319295400


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About The Author

Hugo Bedau

Hugo Bedau

Dr. Hugo Bedau (late) joined the Tufts faculty in 1966 and retired in 1999. Prior to his appointment at Tufts, he taught at Princeton University, Dartmouth College, and Reed College. He is best known for his long-standing interest in issues having to do with punishment in general and the death penalty in particular, on which he was an international expert. Professor Bedau was editor of the standard work on capital punishment,The Death Penalty in America, and several other books, and he published three volumes of his own essays: Death is Different, The Courts, the Constitution, and Capital Punishment, and Killing as Punishment.

John O'Hara

John O'Hara

Dr. John Fitzgerald O’Hara is an associate professor of Critical Thinking, Reading, and Writing at Stockton University, where he is the coordinator of the first-year critical thinking program, and former Director of the Master of Arts in American Studies Program. John regularly teaches critical thinking, writing, and courses in American history and literature and is a nationally-recognized expert on the 1960s. He is the co-author of Current Issues and Enduring Questions; Critical Thinking, Reading, and Writing; and From Critical Thinking to Argument.

Sylvan Barnet

Sylvan Barnet

Sylvan Barnet was a Shakespearean scholar and an American literary critic. He was also a Fletcher Professor of English Emeritus at Tufts University.

Barnet is the author of numerous books and articles on Shakespeare. He is the author of A Short Guide to Shakespeare, the general editor of the Signet Classics Shakespeare, and has written many textbooks. He is the co-author with William Burto of occasional essays on aspects of Japanese art. He has also written books about the art of writing.

Critical Thinking, Reading, and Writing, 10th Edition, (ePub/PDF) is a concise yet versatile resource for teaching persuasive writing, argument, and research. It makes argument ideas clear and gives students strategies to transition from critical thinking and analysis to crafting effective arguments. Comprehensive coverage of traditional and contemporary approaches to an argument — Aristotelian, Rogerian, Toulmin, visual argument, and more — offers a foundation for about 50 readings on current issues, like student loan forgiveness and gun violence, subjects that students will want to engage with and debate. For today’s growing visual learners who are challenged to differentiate what’s real from what’s not, visual flowcharts and new activities support information literacy, and newly annotated readings stress important rhetorical moves. This affordable guide can stand alone or complement a larger anthology of readings.

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