Arguing to Inquire:. What is Inquiry?. Inquiry is joining a conversation, an ongoing exchange of opinions about some controversial topic, and therefore involves many arguments advanced by many people.
Arguing to Inquire:
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What is the central question or issue addressed in all the texts?
What are the key terms or concepts used in discussing this question/issue and how do the writers define these terms? Is there disagreement about the meaning of key terms?
What do the authors have to say about the question, and where do their answers agree or disagree on points in common? When Perspectives disagree, How do you assess the arguments of each author? Whose views have more validity, and why?
What conclusions or insights in to the central question have you been able to reach as a result of comparing perspectives on it?