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6 Ways to Invent an Argument
Leonardo invented flying machines. Dyson invented vacuums. YOU, my rhetor friends, are inventors of argument—molding stats into piercing logic, transforming emotion into actionable appeals, forging years of experience into an armor of ethos. Damn. You’re good. But inventing an argument is tough work, and it can be difficult to know where to start. Every subject gives... Continue reading →