Argumentize

Definitions

  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • v. i Argumentize To argue or discuss.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
  • Interesting fact: The horse race starting gate is a Canadian invention, designed in the early 1900s by Philip McGinnis, a racetrack reporter from Huntingdon, Quebec. The device proved popular because it prevented arguments caused when horses started prematurely.
    • argumentize To argue; debate; reason: as, “argumentizing philosophy,”
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Quotations

  • Friedrich Nietzsche
    Friedrich%20Nietzsche
    “The irrationality of a thing is no argument against its existence, rather a condition of it.”
  • Tryon Edwards
    Tryon%20Edwards
    “Facts are God's arguments; we should be careful never to misunderstand or pervert them.”
  • Edward F. Halifax
    Edward%20F.%20Halifax
    “Anger is never without an argument, but seldom with a good one.”
  • Daniel Webster
    Daniel%20Webster
    “Keep cool; anger is not an argument.”
  • Joseph Addison
    Joseph%20Addison
    “Arguments out of a pretty mouth are unanswerable.”
  • Larry Adler
    Larry Adler
    “The long term versus the short term argument is one used by losers.”

Usage

In literature:

II (3) extends the same line of argumentation to the Yoga-sm/ri/ti.
"The Vedanta-Sutras with the Commentary by Sankaracarya"
Shall we try argument?
"The Art of Public Speaking" by Dale Carnagey (AKA Dale Carnegie) and J. Berg Esenwein
All argument against these plain facts is always argument in a circle.
"Orthodoxy" by G. K. Chesterton
Pulpits sounded with theological arguments where admonitions were urgently needed.
"The English Church in the Eighteenth Century" by Charles J. Abbey and John H. Overton
And here it is needful to consider first what Paley called 'the state of the argument' before the Darwinian epoch.
"Thoughts on Religion" by George John Romanes
Every day's news confirmed their predictions and lent support to their arguments.
"History of the United States" by Charles A. Beard and Mary R. Beard
Their argument is usually that of Lord Brougham, summarized above.
"The Young Man and the World" by Albert J. Beveridge
That was cutting the Gordian knot, and answering the conclusion of an argument not by refuting it but by opposing thereto a contrary argument.
"Theodicy" by G. W. Leibniz
THE CONCLUSION OF THE ARGUMENT.
"The Relations Between Religion and Science" by Frederick, Lord Bishop of Exeter
I shall show how this argument is vitiated by a fundamental fallacy.
"Is Life Worth Living?" by William Hurrell Mallock
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In poetry:

He laid her away in the church-yard,
So haggard and crushed and wan;
And reared her a costly tombstone
With all of her virtues on;
And ought to have added, "A victim to arguments pro and con."
"Uncle Sammy" by William McKendree Carleton
Greybeard philosophy has sought in books
And argument this truth,
That man is greater than his pain, but you
Have learnt it in your youth.
You know the wisdom taught by Calvary
At twenty-three.
"To A Soldier In Hospital" by Winifred Mary Letts
The mundane language of the senses sings
Its own interpretations. Common things
Become, by virtue of their commonness,
An argument against their nakedness
That dies of cold to find the truth it brings.
"Philosophy" by Nissim Ezekiel
And I answer him, sir, Bosh!
Bosh! How dare he call me Sosh!
Our position is invinc - er - ah - invincible!
His remarks, sir, I resent,
And I hold my argument
Is a basic principle of - um - of principle!
"The Logic Of Anti-Sosh" by C J Dennis
Time lays the scroll away. And now
Above the hills a giant brow
Of cloud Night lifts; and from his arm,
Barbaric black, upon the world,
With thunder, wind and fire, is hurled
His awful argument of storm.
"Sunset And Storm" by Madison Julius Cawein
Or, may be, flashing all intent
At call of some stern argument,
When the New Woman fain would be,
Like the Old Male, her husband, free.
The prose-man takes his mighty lyre
And talks like music set on fire!
"Paris Day" by Richard Le Gallienne

In news:

She hated the song but recorded it after an argument with her father.
Cashier beats unruly customers during argument.
Political argument is never pure.
I n 1783, William Pitt warned the British Parliament about the dangers of those who would reflexively employ "necessity" as an argument in favor of their preferences.
A state appeals judge rejected a legal argument from neighbors in Cayuga Heights attempting to block the Village's plan to reduce the deer population.
It's become a cliche to say that "racist" has been redefined to mean "anyone winning an argument with a liberal," but sometimes words are overused for a reason.
A Naperville man was arrested after an argument that included gunshots in downtown Champaign .
Not without some fancy argumentation.
Mitt Romney got the better of an argumentative reporter during a testy exchange in South Carolina because the reporter didn't ask the right question.
As this is written, it's 50 years since arguments were made before the US Supreme Court in "Engel v. Vitale," which a couple of months later resulted in a clarification of the "separation of church and state.
The Supreme Court hears arguments in the case of a women who says she was discriminated against when she was fired from a religious school.
Recent arguments concerning the former courthouse careened back and forth incongruously.
The justices will hear arguments on four distinct constitutional issues.
(1) Fine: This is the word women use to end an argument when they are right and you need to shut the heck up.
In Newbery discussion, committee members are often called upon to produce several pieces of evidence, in the writing, for their argument.
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In science:

The basic results in this paper will hold (with extra complexity in notations and arguments) without (15), but we prefer to keep notations and arguments simple by keeping this assumption. (15) implies in the actual bookstore ranking, that ‘all the books sell (almost surely)’.
Existence of an infinite particle limit of stochastic ranking process
This is of less interest than the same result for additivity conjecture on the minimum output entropy, which appears in Section V, but the argument for the p-norm case is presented first, as it is both similar to and simpler than the argument for the minimum output entropy.
Additivity and Distinguishability of Random Unitary Channels
We present here the proof of Proposition 1.11, which is based on a control of the length of the interface, using a Peierls argument, and then the proof of Proposition 1.12 which uses a renormalization argument. (Proposition 1.11).
Surface tension in the dilute Ising model. The Wulff construction
Namely in our case bad configurations of the random magnetic field, the ones for which the naive Imry & Ma argument fails, are treated probabilistically. A kind of energy entropy argument is successfully used, see (3.14), to prove that they can be neglected.
Phase Transition in the 1d Random Field ising model with long range interaction
Each term in the right hand side of the above equality is bilinear in (V , W ), and does not contain any derivative of at least one of its two arguments, i.e., it is continuous relatively to the C 0 topology in one of its arguments.
Genericity of nondegenerate critical points and Morse geodesic functionals
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