Daniel H. Cohen discusses different types of arguments in this benefits of argument speech. Cohen explains why losing an academic argument can also be like winning.
This speech focuses on an argument in which there has to be a winner and a loser. Cohen says that any decent argument should have a premise supported by facts and followed by a sensible conclusion.
Cohen rejects the idea of a loser in an intelligent argument. He states that the loser of an academic debate is also a winner, because they are gaining new knowledge, or a new perspective.
If one can present their theories or ideas, and provide logical answers for all questions asked by peers then they will likely win this kind of argument.
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