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Archbishop Richard Whately is famous for articulating the idea that, during an argument, one side of the debate tends to be favored. He likened this concept to “preoccupied ground.” What is the name of this concept.
Stasis is the rest or halt in a debate that results from conflicting arguments.
In debate theory, presumption and assumption are synonymous.
Whately referred to a common type of presumption against spending time, resources, and energy to remove an established institution. What term is used to describe this type of presumption?
What are the two types of presumption?