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Enthymeme

Gordon Clark explains the definition of the word “enthymeme” in his book Logic, “Such an argument, one in which a part is omitted or taken for granted, is called an enthymeme” (Clark 3). 1,317 more words

Argument

This Mission of this Blog

So my blog, ConjuringJusticeBlog.com is devoted to my plight to explain the things I have discovered during my quest for the truth in this case. It has my understanding of said info. 78 more words

Billings' Murder

Think Again: Keep Your Arguments Clear!

Jewish scholar and radio talk show host Dennis Prager often says, “Clarity is more important than agreement.” And when it comes to reasoning, clarity carries its own persuasive power. 459 more words

Logic

Writing class 101: 4 dramatic elements

Writing Class Lesson 1.1

So the prof—Él Professorino, if you’re not into the whole brevity thing— kicks off the old online writing class with four dramatic elements necessary to storytelling: Passion. 178 more words

Writing

Six Steps for People Who Want to Write Their Own Books

Anyone can write. Just like anyone can sing, anyone can act and anyone can dance. Whether they do it well or not is truly a matter of interpretation. 1,089 more words

Rock Kitaro

The Captain Julian is Live

Hello peeps. I am getting this blog started. I hope to write about some of my passions, and turn this into a place for you to come and find solace in anothers life. 47 more words

Beginnings

On Not Accepting the Premise

It’s easy to get sucked into a zero-sum game, where there has to be a winner and a loser. It’s easy to get sucked into I am right and you are wrong. 233 more words

Management