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Types of Support: Counterarguments

Types of Support: Counterarguments

Author: Katie Sutton

This lesson teaches counterarguments—what they are, how to introduce them, and how to refute them to support an argument.

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  • Counterargument

    In an argumentative composition, a representation of an opposing viewpoint or argument and then restatement of the accuracy of the author's thesis, argument, or point even given that other viewpoint.