- the process of developing or presenting an argument; reasoning.
- discussion; debate; disputation: The lengthy argumentation tired many listeners.
- a discussion dealing with a controversial point.
- the setting forth of reasons together with the conclusion drawn from them.
- the premises and conclusion so set forth.
- argument(def 5).
Origin of argumentation
Examples from the Web for argumentation
Contemporary Examples of argumentation
Although an undeniably compelling trinity of argumentation, it is not without its logical problems.So-Called ‘Biblical Scholar’ Says Jesus A Made-Up Myth
Candida Moss, Joel Baden
October 5, 2014
Historical Examples of argumentation
Her argumentation would puzzle him and cast him down for a time.To-morrow
I did not suppose she could have understood all of Sebright's argumentation.Romance
Joseph Conrad and F.M. Hueffer
He retained a great deal of his old enthusiasms and lov'd argumentation.Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin
Argumentation is the process of establishing the truth or falsity of a thing.Elementary Guide to Literary Criticism
F. V. N. Painter
Nothing else can be deducted from their argumentation, and this is what we maintain ourselves.The Conquest of Bread
mid-15c., "presentation of formal arguments," from Old French argumentacion (14c.), from Latin argumentationem (nominative argumentatio) "the bringing forth of a proof," noun of action from past participle stem of argumentari (see argue). Meaning "debate, wrangling, argument back and forth" is from 1530s.