Types of arguments

Argumentation is a set of ideas that contrast each other
(Coherence) with a basis to explain, justify, demonstrate, convince,
On a specific topic. Here the grammar knowledge is integrated,
Syntactic, semantic to initiate a process, not only of information but of
Approval or respect for what arises.
The argument allows forming an opinion, taking a critical position, recognizing
The different points of view and
Implications that these may have after reading opinions
Grounds.
The argument has many points in common with the demonstration
Logical and scientific, particularly that which is by definition; However, the
The first one takes into account the recipient, does not pursue the truth
Persuasive efficacy and adherence which is based on basic principles or
Implicit knowledge shared by issuer and receiver (the assumptions)
While the scientific discourse starts from facts and truths well
Established, proven; Is based on safe deduction methods and
Arrives to firm conclusions, and also accepts to expose itself to the refutation.
Above is in accordance with what was established .Differentiate argumentation and demonstration.
Types of arguments according to Anthony Weston
Arguments through examples
Arguments by analogy
Arguments of authority
Arguments about the causes
Deductive arguments