Editor's Corner: Scientific Reasoning and Argumentation

by: Steve Metz

In an age where facts must compete with “alternative facts,” it is more important than ever for our students to learn and practice the skills of scientific argumentation. Taken from the Latin arguer—to make bright or enlighten—argument is central to scientific progress.


Type Journal ArticlePub Date 2/1/2019Stock # tst19_086_06_6Volume 086Issue 06

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