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AbstractPrior to the unveiling of the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial in Washington, D.C. in the fall of 2011, controversy swirled about a paraphrased quotation etched on the side of King’s likeness. The paraphrase, which read, “I was a drum major for justice, peace, and righteousness,” was...
AbstractInterpersonal arguments have many goals; one that has previously been identified is play or enjoyment. However, previous literature on playful argument has conceptualized it as a rather primal and overtly eristic behavior. While many playful arguments do indeed proceed in an eristic sort...
AbstractThis essay focuses on the sit-in as an argument enacted by social and labor movement activists. Informed by earlier research, I discern a general argument of the sit-in and isolate a recent instance of the argument’s deployment to illustrate concerns with non-activist usages. In this...
AbstractIn 2016, Waleed Aly, a prominent Muslim Australian academic and media personality, made an argument using the Twitter hashtag “Send Forgiveness Viral” that asked for empathy in the face of Islamophobia. While initially appealing, deeper consideration of his use of and appeal to his...
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