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I have used the following four titles for the sections of a paper:

I- Smith's interpretation, II- Johnson's objection, III- The Skeptical Stance, IV- Adjudicating the debate.

In the paper I talk about a debate between Smith and Johnson. My question is if the title of the fourth section is correct.

Thanks,

Sextus
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Adjudicating suggests hearing the arguments and settling them. Have you settled the debate between Smith and Johnson?
Yes, I do (intend to) settle the debate.

Sextus
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I wonder whether it sounds too "confident". Might it predispose your readers against your conclusions?

MrP
Well... perhaps. But in the introduction I state that in my final section I'll try to prove that Bett fails to establish what he wants to establish. In any case, no other title has occurred to me.

Sextus
Sextus... in the introduction I state that in my final section I'll try to prove that Bett fails to establish what he wants to establish.

Then, why not--

"Sextus's Position"

or,

"Sextus's Proof"

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I'm not sure. That sounds too cocky, much more than the title I propose.

Cheers,

Sextus
"Evaluating the Debate"?
Yes, that's ok. But I intend to argue, in the section in question, in favor of one the parties to the dispute and against the other. So I feel that my title expresses this quite well. Don't you?

Cheers,

Sextus
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