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K . w . Dewey College, University of Pittsburgh 1 The move in analytic writing is often characterized as a “vertical one” that moves from the proposition to the conclusion. On this view, the topic or proposition is established, usually in a previous paragraph; then, the conclusion follows. H . K . w . For example: a. Harris is wrong because she has been wrong about everything she has ever said. b. Martin does not know that he is wrong; he just thinks that he is wrong. c. This is an argument that I have given before. 2 The move in argumentative writing is often characterized as a “horizontal one” that moves from one point to another. On this view, two lines of reasoning are set up and are connected by a line of argument. H . K . w . For example: a. But I am saying he is wrong. b. But that’s not what he said. c. They say that I say that he is wrong. 3 But this is not what we’re saying. On both the vertical and horizontal views, what matters is the mattering. H . K . w . The mattering is the connecting the point and the conclusion that allows a line of argument to become the subject of writing. On both the vertical and horizontal views, what matters is the mattering. H . K . w . The mattering is the connecting the point and the conclusion that allows a line of argument to become the subject of writing. Both the vertical and horizontal views are valid ways of looking at the move in argumentative writing. Each of them has virtues. The vertical view emphasizes a single point, and therefore lends itself to what we might call the “point” form of argumentative writing. For example, in the vertical version of the classic “arguing on the basis of truth” form, the argument moves from point to conclusion. What matters is the connective between point and conclusion. The horizontal view emphasizes the relation between points, and therefore lends itself to what we might call the “threading” form of argumentative writing. For example, in the horizontal version of the classic “arguing on the basis of reason” form, the argument moves from thread to thread. What matters is the relation between threads. In the case of the horizontal view, we are seeking to show that this form of move in argumentative writing

 

 


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