8. Arguments of Fact - Deepstash

8. Arguments of Fact

Among the commonest and most important varieties of arguments of fact are those made before juries in courts of law. Other common arguments of fact are those in historical questions, whether in recent or in ancient history. Still another and very important variety of arguments of fact, which are often conveniently described as arguments of theory, includes large scientific questions.

In arguments of fact, it will be noticed, there is little or no element of persuasion, for we deal with such matters almost wholly through our understanding and reason.

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