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  • noun Plural form of argumentation.

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Examples

  • Protagoras was a moral relativist and agnostic, so to hear stunney try and enlist him in his puerile argumentations is deliciously amusing.

    Barney Teaches a "Scientific Fact"

  • Protagoras was a moral relativist and agnostic, so to hear stunney try and enlist him in his puerile argumentations is deliciously amusing.

    Barney Teaches a "Scientific Fact"

  • Therefore the Greeks call argumentations of that kind [Greek: atechuoi], that is, devoid of art.

    The Orations of Marcus Tullius Cicero, Volume 4

  • For example, IMO, it will always be respectfully, impossible for such scientific experimentations, argumentations and newer suggestions, to be reported credibly by media; they consist of non-scientific journalists!?

    Think Progress » ThinkFast: April 23, 2010

  • So, Republicans, do not tell me what I have to do and say, and by the way, please stop starting your argumentation with the phrase "the American people ..." - it seems such a popular phrase in the argumentations presented on TV by Republicans.

    Resolution criticizing Wilson passes, on mostly partisan vote

  • What followed was a script whose argumentations on the injustice and uselessness of military rather than civilian court trials for accused terrorists was as incomprehensible as it was impassioned.

    The Perps Keep Coming

  • We have someone among us who will soon demonstrate by means of various verbose argumentations how this document means exactly the opposite of what it says.

    Motu Proprio "Ecclesiae Unitatem" - in English

  • It is okay to criticize certain policies of the Israeli government but it's best and definitely very important to choose wordings and argumentations anti-Semitic people couldn't take political advantage of!

    norman finkelstein at utm

  • And Please, I beg of you, do NOT resort to moral Equivalences argumentations and totally displaced accusations of "Antisemitism" here.

    Edgar M. Bronfman: Israel's Best Interest is a Morally Strong America

  • I cannot fall out or contemn a man for an error, or conceive why a difference in opinion should divide an affection; for controversies, disputes, and argumentations, both in philosophy and in divinity, if they meet with discreet and peaceable natures, do not infringe the laws of charity.

    Religio Medici

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