• argue the case [the point]
  • その件を[その点について]論じる
  • Most couples argue about money.
  • 大抵のカップルは金のことで言い争う
  • She isn't to be argued with.
  • 彼女は思い込んだらどうしようもない
  • Some critics argue that there should be guidelines.
  • ガイドライン必要論を唱える評論家もいる
  • 19th-century American individualist anarchists such as Tucker and Lysander Spooner have long argued that monopoly on credit and land interferes with the functioning of a free market economy.
  • Wikipedia: Anarcho-capitalism
  • Another historian argues that the gliders landing in daylight was a calamity, with the 194th Glider Infantry Regiment having two-thirds of their gliders hit by ground fire and suffering heavy casualties as they landed.
  • Wikipedia: Operation Varsity
  • Another historian, Alex Woolf, argued that the Annals of Lindisfarne and Durham entry was probably referring to the invasion of Siward in 1054, but misplaced under 1046.
  • Wikipedia: Siward, Earl of Northumbria
  • Attorneys for the LaRouche organizations argued that a prohibition on raising funds through loans would violate their First Amendment rights.
  • Wikipedia: LaRouche criminal trials
  • Both Copland and Ramusack argue that, in the ultimate analysis, one of the reasons why the princes consented to the demise of their states was that they felt abandoned by the British, and saw themselves as having little other option.
  • Wikipedia: Political integration of India
  • Both Edgeworth and Austen argue that women are crucial to the development of the nation; moreover, they portray women as rational beings who should choose companionate marriage.
  • Wikipedia: A Vindication of the Rights of Woman
  • Carolyn Dinshaw argues that the poem may have been a response to accusations that Richard II had a male lover—an attempt to reestablish the idea that heterosexuality was the Christian norm.
  • Wikipedia: Sir Gawain and the Green Knight
  • Clanchy has suggested that the form English cartularies took may have originated at Worcester, although fellow historian Robin Fleming has argued that Christ Church Canterbury's surviving cartulary is also an 11th-century compilation.
  • Wikipedia: Hemming's Cartulary
  • Critics dismissed meritocracy as a sham, arguing that it was unfair to consider the two streams equivalent for admissions purposes.
  • Wikipedia: Ketuanan Melayu
  • Finally, Zagor argues that of the Justices who questioned the Chu Kheng Lim test, none were able to provide a coherent alternative to substitute for it.
  • Wikipedia: Al-Kateb v Godwin
  • He argued that in order to maintain their independence, provinces needed exclusive jurisdiction over such sources of revenue as gasoline, electricity and amusement taxes.
  • Wikipedia: Angus Lewis Macdonald
  • He argued that the logic behind Augustine's theodicy described sin as inevitable but unnecessary, which he believed captured the argument without relying on a literal interpretation of the fall, thus avoiding critique from scientific positions.
  • Wikipedia: Augustinian theodicy
  • He argues that the only documentary evidence detailing course of the legal battle besides the Chronicle is a forged charter of Henry II to the abbey and a letter of Theobald's that itself may be forged, as it repeats the story of the Chronicle almost word for word.
  • Wikipedia: Hilary of Chichester
  • Hick's parable is an allegory of the Christian belief in an afterlife, which he argued can be verified upon death.
  • Wikipedia: Problem of religious language
  • Historian Frank McLynn argues that John's early years at Fontevrault, combined with his relatively advanced education, may have turned him against the church.
  • Wikipedia: John, King of England
  • Historian Pauline Maier argued that Adams, far from being a radical mob leader, took a moderate position based on the English revolutionary tradition that imposed strict constraints on resistance to authority.
  • Wikipedia: Samuel Adams
  • In 1932, Wright introduced the concept of an adaptive landscape and argued that genetic drift and inbreeding could drive a small, isolated sub-population away from an adaptive peak, allowing natural selection to drive it towards different adaptive peaks.
  • Wikipedia: History of evolutionary thought
  • In contrast, President Truman and, more recently, historians such as Paul Fussell have argued that the attacks on Hiroshima and Nagasaki were justified as they induced the Japanese surrender.
  • Wikipedia: Air raids on Japan
  • In overall effect, Fabricant argued that Swift's ability to speak for the whole populace is further suggested by the wide consensus opposed to the coinage plan.
  • Wikipedia: Drapier's Letters
  • In the second Peter Irons responded, arguing that the decision was extremely well reasoned and spells the death knell for the intelligent design efforts to introduce creationism in public schools, while in the third, DeWolf et al. answer the points made by Irons.
  • Wikipedia: Intelligent design