argumentive

argumentive

(ˈɑːɡjʊməntɪv)
adj
argumentative
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Assessment experts from academic and students affairs alike were producing such argumentive manuscripts in an effort to make the case for assessment.
Rodrigues (1981, 2000) has described six morphological cases for Tupinamba: four locative cases--punctual, diffuse, situational and translative--, one dative case(exclusively in independent pronouns), and one argumentive case.
after V after after C after N Vn Locative -pe -me -ipe -ime Punctual -sso -sso -Isso -isso Diffuse -j -j -i -i Situational -ramo -namo -amo -amo Translative -sse ~ -me ~ -mo -- -- Dative -sso Argumentive -0 -0 -a -a (RODRIGUES, 1994).
In this paper, the authors present an evidence that argumentive reasoning skills can be assessed and developed in facilitative settings.
You can't tell me that with the likes of Gareth and me creating chances from wide we won't cause problems," added Bellamy, proving it's difficult to argue with the argumentive Cardiffian.
As a result of this argumentive process, an equilibrium may be attained.
But this observation does not erase the manifest differences between art and philosophy, for the argumentive (and hence partially discursive) nature of philosophical discourse will remain for as long as reason retains a moral or ethical dimension.
Genuine dialogue need not abandon the passioned, argumentive tone in which so much of the genesis and genius of Indian philosophical disputation was conceived and sustained long before the advent of modern methodologies of "interreligious dialogue.
Officials in both groups had relatively little tolerance for argumentive player comments.
At all levels in our educational institutions, and across the spectrum of departments in higher education, courses have been developed to encourage the development of verbal (initially) and visual (increasingly) "literacy," including the ability to produce oral and written expository and argumentive prose that gives that yearned-for "sense of a detached, rational mind.
Moreover, since belief is involuntary, we can believe that God exists only if we have grounds to do so, whether argumentive or experiential.
An argumentive historiographic overview criticizing the Sonderweg approach appears in Eley, Reshaping the German Right, 1ff and an astute defense of it can be found in V.
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