Wednesday, April 2, 2008

Some Helpful Tips for Writing Philosophical Arguments

I've put together a list of some helpful pointers to take into consideration when trying to construct an argument in philosophical writings, but these could also prove quite helpful in other areas as well. The real key to successful philosophical arguing lies not in your content, but in the structure and organization of your argument. While content is of course important, it is natural that within this realm debates will ensue. However, the ways in which you construct your argument can have profound implications on the success of your argument. Many of these come from my own personal experience through multiple revisions and criticisms of my own works, and I hope these can be helpful to others as well.

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