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Enthymematic Arguments [chapter]

David Hitchcock
2017 Argumentation Library  
(Let us call such a parallel argument a counter-example to the original argument.)  ...  These arguments, then, are deductively invalid, but not. mere non-sequiturs and not non-deductive arguments either.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-53562-3_4 fatcat:aju4wkairzgchpm2atyy7o2dvy

Argumentation Schemes for Argument from Analogy [chapter]

Douglas N. Walton
2014 Argumentation Library  
However, it is an important type of argument for us in the field of argumentation studies to deal with, if only because it is such a common and pervasive form of argument almost everywhere, but also because  ...  After surveying the literature on argument from analogy in some recent work, I came to the conclusion that there are two different types of argument from analogy, each represented by its own argumentation  ...  A pro argument has a plus sign in its argument node while a con argument has a minus sign in its argument node.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-06334-8_2 fatcat:lu3qz3c6gnch5o3w7jbcp4mcte

Argument as Hypothesis-Testing [chapter]

David Zarefsky
2014 Argumentation Library  
The argumentative perspective em function in a manner analagous to science or ana: yielding reliable knnwledge about nonempirical t methods cannot address. In short, argumentation hypothesis-testing.  ...  Because argumentation is a generat: opinions differ as to its purpose and product. TJ rhetorical paradigm must finally depend on an as: functionalism. (KS)  ...  Arguments about paradigns belong to that class of philosophical arguments for which, as Johnstone finds, only ad haminem argumentation is a 25 suitable response.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-05485-8_2 fatcat:rjguv62lyrculbludkfnakj3hy

Argument and Its Uses [chapter]

J. Anthony Blair
2011 Argumentation Library  
Do not define argument by its use to persuade. for other uses of arguments exist.  ...  The norms for good logic in arguments are different from the norms for the good use of arguments.  ...  It is a model of argument, not a model of a use of argument or a model of argumentation.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-94-007-2363-4_14 fatcat:lccsehoc2za4jdx7ds7ubnnjqi

The Practice of Argumentative Discussion [chapter]

David Hitchcock
2017 Argumentation Library  
that arguments occur in other contexts than argumentation.  ...  The 'argumentation schemes' to which he refers are schemes for argumentation in this sense.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-53562-3_20 fatcat:bll7nwzfl5ea5cwrqdhufnvlxq

Arguments from Parallel Reasoning [chapter]

Jan Albert van Laar
2014 Argumentation Library  
Argument from parallel reasoning Arguments from parallel reasoning form a special kind of argument from analogy.  ...  I shall distinguish between a grounddialogical and a meta-dialogical type of argumentation from analogy, and deal with argument from parallel reasoning as kind of meta-dialogical argument from analogy.  ...  They are arguments about arguments, meta-arguments.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-06334-8_6 fatcat:pkybydpysnbmrfmsrl4dqdy4iq

Towards a Philosophy of Argument [chapter]

J. Anthony Blair
2011 Argumentation Library  
I will follow these accounts and use 'argumentation' to denote any activity involving the use of atomic arguments, lines of argument or argument cases, and to denote such arguments when they are being  ...  of modes or models of arguments with perspectives on argument.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-94-007-2363-4_13 fatcat:w75aqmyfrje63ouhifkrthaq5u

What is an Infinite Regress Argument? [chapter]

Claude Gratton
2009 Argumentation Library  
I describe the general structure of most infinite regress arguments; introduce some basic vocabulary; present a working hypothesis of the nature and derivation of an infinite regress; apply this working  ...  Resume: Je decris ia structure generaie de la plupart des arguments a regression infinie; introduis un vocabulaire de base; presente une hypothese de travail sur la nature d'un type de regression et sur  ...  arguments.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-90-481-3341-3_1 fatcat:lxg4dc7o7nfvlfrdzziz36sko4

Dialectic and the Structure of Argument [chapter]

Robert C. Pinto
2001 Argumentation Library  
"Usual case" arguments.  ...  Typically, as well, an arguer's argument meets with challenge or counter-argument or both.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-94-017-0783-1_1 fatcat:x5zjwgc7dvb3viq6pk4f5vksba

A Time for Argument Theory Integration [chapter]

J. Anthony Blair
2011 Argumentation Library  
, and revising arguments.  ...  So, no argument without logic.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-94-007-2363-4_15 fatcat:4obvtikih5ez7gypaqiusbizlq

A Means-End Classification of Argumentation Schemes [chapter]

Fabrizio Macagno
2015 Argumentation Library  
Fig. 5 5 Types of argument and types of reasoning Fig. 7 7 External arguments 1 . 1 Deductive argument schemes a. Elementary deductive argument schemes; b. Analytical arguments; c.  ...  Pure probabilistic argument schemes (statistics, signs); b. Impure probabilistic argument schemes (best explanation); 3. Practical argument schemes a. Pure practical argument for pure evaluations; b.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-21103-9_14 fatcat:tsioh5hvyfbjnbt72iapu2jdvq

Diagramming, Argumentation Schemes and Critical Questions [chapter]

Douglas Walton, Chris Reed
2003 Argumentation Library  
Argumentation schemes are forms of argument that model stereotypical patterns of reasoning. This paper is part of a project on the formalization of argumentation schemes.  ...  The paper shows how argumentation schemes and critical questions should be fitted into the technique of argument diagramming using the Araucaria software system.  ...  INTRODUCING ARGUMENTATION SCHEMES AND ENTHYMEMES Argumentation schemes are forms of argument (structures of inference) representing common types of argumentation.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-94-007-1078-8_16 fatcat:wwlfsehwmbabhjj6rcqsndpgmy

Multidimensionality and Non-Deductiveness in Deliberative Argumentation [chapter]

Christian Kock
2003 Argumentation Library  
of such arguments.  ...  Thus an ethical argument is countered, not cancelled, with social arguments. One may see all these arguments as acceptable and having at least some weight -and many people probably do.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-94-007-1078-8_13 fatcat:h7lvfql5cnesvmmeoh6bpgvkwq

The Language of Argumentation in Dutch [chapter]

Frans H. van Eemeren
2015 Argumentation Library  
to introduce any completely artificial stipulations about argumentation as a process and argumentation as a product, and without suggesting when using this term as a key term in the study of argumentation  ...  Usually, the parties will not accept each other's argumentation at face value but judge the argumentation for the standpoint.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-20955-5_2 fatcat:6iottsj6xbhh5au7jao27cbmae

What Does an Argument Culture Look Like? [chapter]

David Zarefsky
2014 Argumentation Library  
However the term "culture" is defined, a culture becomes an argument culture when it is characterized by consciousness of audience, comfort with uncertainty, expectation of personal convictions, commitment  ...  argumentation.  ...  An argument culture sustains itself by not closing off argument. And yet arguments do end; things do need to get decided.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-05485-8_4 fatcat:ezpuruq2onaqnkctn3u5azwlmq
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