Select ONE of the following prompts pertaining to The Shape of Reason chapter 3 ("The Deep Structure of Reasoning") and respond in approximately two paragraphs.
Identify a dialectical opposition that is not cited in the chapter and associate it with other dialectical oppositions. What perspectives or ideas are suggested by these associations?
Identify a campus or civic controversy and discuss the dialectical oppositions that you might use to develop the conversation between sides. How can you ensure that sides are allowed an appropriate voice rather than positioned in an unwarranted hierarchy?
What dialectical oppositions are present in the textbook's depiction of argument? How do they shape your engagement with the text and the subject?
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