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Political analyst: A party that temporarily positions itself

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New post 29 Nov 2018, 00:24
evidence proposed in opposition vs. argue against that position

What is the difference? Isn't the reason you bring up opposition evidence to argue against an incorrect claim?
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New post 10 Jan 2019, 12:21
The position/main point is "What America needs is a third party". Anyone saying it doesn't is against the argument's purpose.

A) The first is the main point of the argument (WRONG); the second is a premise that supports that point.
b) The first opposes the premises of the argument; the second is the claim that the argument supports that claim (WRONG: not a claim, just an evidence).
c) The first supports the main position held by opponents of the main point (WRONG: it doesn't support, it opposes); the second is a premise that argues against that position.

d) The first is the primary claim made by opponents of the main point of the argument (RIGHT, because some claims...); the second is evidence proposed in opposition to the first. True then.

e) The first is a claim made by opponents of the main point of the argument; the second is the claim that the first opposes (WRONG: again not a claim, it's just an evidence).
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