Logical reasoning, or argumentation is pervasive in our society. We require people to explain why or how certain things happen or are said. If a teacher would for example contradict oneself and a student would refer to that asking whether they did not just said A and now B, an answer from the teacher stating just ‘no’ will be unsatisfactory. We need reasons to be given. And in order to do so, we use argumentation. Argumentation is the act or process of forming reasons, making inductions, drawing conclusions, and applying them to the case in discussion. It is a tool to rationally resolve differences of opinions, questions, and issues in critical discussions.