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Riposte! A Large Corpus of Counter-Arguments [article]

Paul Reisert, Benjamin Heinzerling, Naoya Inoue, Shun Kiyono and Kentaro Inui
2019 arXiv   pre-print
However, little work has been done for constructing a large-scale corpus of them which can drive research on automatic generation of CAs for fallacious micro-level arguments (i.e. a single claim and premise  ...  In this work, we cast providing constructive feedback as a natural language processing task and create Riposte!, a corpus of CAs, towards this goal. Produced by crowdworkers, Riposte!  ...  , a large corpus of 18,887 crowdworker-produced CAs. Our analysis on Riposte! reveals that non-expert crowdworkers can produce reasonably diverse CAs.  ... 
arXiv:1910.03246v1 fatcat:gdz7q3yt3nfwbcwv2vlz2xekwe

TOWARDS A BASAL TENTH AMENDMENT: A RIPOSTE TO NATIONAL BANK PREEMPTION OF STATE CONSUMER PROTECTION LAWS */ Second Prize: 2005 Peterson Prize National Writing Competition ***

Keith Fisher
unpublished
After a promising start in life with the escutcheon of the original Bill of Rights, followed by a period of disrepute owing to misuse as part of the seamy underbelly of racial animus' legal  ...  Recent regulations promulgated by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency assert a sweeping authority to preempt a broad array of state laws, including consumer protection laws, applicable not only  ...  Federalists to counter.  ... 
fatcat:2npg45jk5vfffib7sowlqjylpu

Combative capping in Aristophanic comedy

Jon Hesk
2007 Cambridge Classical Journal  
But in fact, Socrates does deploy a countering eikon by way of riposte when he says to Alcibiades 'now you are detected: your Satyric or Silenic drama is all shown up', before ensuring that Agathon once  ...  has not been trapped into silence and now lays down a countering ploy with a more complete image of cavalry-entrapment.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1750270500000087 fatcat:5phr2tirnfftpo2e2joemeekby

"Swallowing the red pill": the coronavirus pandemic and the political imaginary of stigmatized knowledge in the discourse of the far-right

Alexis Chapelan
2021 Journal of Transatlantic Studies  
Pandemic disease is not merely a biological reality but also a cognitive and socially constructed phenomenon which intensely mobilizes a multiplicity of political frames.  ...  Existential threats to societies breed a sense of urgency and heightened cultural warfare that is a hotbed for extremism.  ...  This lends a sense of danger and moral urgency to the argument.  ... 
doi:10.1057/s42738-021-00073-2 fatcat:nycc3v4agncpzhcil2eblhughy

Revisiting The pathogenesis of multiple sclerosis revisited

A Compston
2003 International MS journal  
First, multiple sclerosis (MS) is said to be a sexually transmitted disease -childhood onset cases representing examples of child abuse.  ...  After all, these claims and counter-claims provided copy  ...  majority of mankind, a widespread belief is more likely to be foolish than sensible,' risks the riposte that 'it is undesirable to believe a proposition when there is no ground whatever for supposing  ... 
pmid:12906768 fatcat:q52b7gkvz5crze2spbbjqhx2ka

Writing and Colonialism in Northern Ghana: The Encounter between the LoDagaa and the "World on Paper."

ISIDORE LOBNIBE
2004 American Anthropologist  
Dissenting voices, contrasting elements, and admissions of good and bad during this period are part and parcel of this corpus of recollection.  ...  The speakers supply an unexpected riposte to the numerous studies of Indian princes focused on the valorization of royal status, the enu- meration of hegemonic representations of the state, and the hierarchical  ... 
doi:10.1525/aa.2004.106.2.409.1 fatcat:h5jids7swvhvradtkjqo3v4ooa

Writing and Colonialism in Northern Ghana: The Encounter between the LoDagaa and the "World on Paper.":Writing and Colonialism in Northern Ghana: The Encounter between the LoDagaa and the "World on Paper."

ISIDORE LOBNIBE
2004 American Anthropologist  
Dissenting voices, contrasting elements, and admissions of good and bad during this period are part and parcel of this corpus of recollection.  ...  The speakers supply an unexpected riposte to the numerous studies of Indian princes focused on the valorization of royal status, the enu- meration of hegemonic representations of the state, and the hierarchical  ... 
doi:10.1525/aa.2004.106.2.409.2 fatcat:ubk4xy2nw5ak7bdbqriebua6g4

« Ce n'est pas très beau ce que vous avez dit ! » The activation of resonance in French parliamentary debates

Elisabeth Zima, Geert Brône, Kurt Feyaerts, Paul Sambre
2009 Discours  
In section 3, we introduce our corpus and provide a quantitative argument for the suitability of interactional parliamentary discourse to study resonance patterns.  ...  instances of mere misunderstanding (see Brône, 2007 Brône, , 2008 for a more detailed argumentation).  ... 
doi:10.4000/discours.7337 fatcat:jozbpluxhbb2dhvtdjs7rsgsc4

Interpreters of Scripture [chapter]

Adam J. Silverstein, Guy G. Stroumsa, Carol Bakhos
2015 The Oxford Handbook of the Abrahamic Religions  
in the text becomes more apparent and prompts a reconsideration of the importance of chiasms in the Second Gospel.  ...  The grave mistake and failure of the Sadducees in 12:18-27, and of the religious establishment in the larger context of chs. 11-12, was that of being deluded in their interpretation of Scripture.  ...  chiasm that covers a large unit of text, something that not many modern learners today are capable of.  ... 
doi:10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199697762.013.40 fatcat:fa2duysuf5esfjqvt65bmeyd2u

Foreword: How to Criticize the Death Penalty

David Dolinko
1986 Journal of criminal law & criminology  
Wainwright 63 was a black man convicted of murdering a white store-owner's husband in particularly brutal circumstances. 64 His habeas corpus petition raised three arguments, the strongest of which alleged  ...  Moreover, the "common sense" argument that executing murderers sends a particularly powerful "message" that taking human life is wrong can be countered by the equally "common sense" argument that the message  ...  Hence that riposte offers the retributivist a way of repelling the mistake argument-a way of supporting capital punishment despite its inevitable toll in innocent lives--provided that it can be supported  ... 
doi:10.2307/1143430 fatcat:ojdjmczcnzdvrhjzfnj6ialoyi

Cartoon Controversies at the European Court of Human Rights: Towards Forensic Humor Studies

Alberto Godioli
2020 Open Library of Humanities  
Autrement • 'The Court considers that the domestic courts did not give sufficient attention to the applicants' argument that the satirical cartoon had been a riposte to, in the applicants' view, an unacceptable  ...  Kuhn's argument is compelling; and indeed, several cases in the corpus acknowledge the protection of human dignity and public peace as the fundamental reasons to restrict freedom of expression (cf. criteria  ... 
doi:10.16995/olh.571 fatcat:tls7zh2fdrgxlin7wyjq2qlhdu

Fragments of Aeschylus and the Number of Actors [chapter]

2020 Fragmentation in Ancient Greek Drama  
If this train of argument has been at all along the right lines, then Aristotle's account of the early history of tragedy collapses with a kind of domino effect.  ...  It is now time to turn to that other significant body of evidence, the corpus of fragments of Aeschylus.  ... 
doi:10.1515/9783110621693-009 fatcat:numkiozrsfdjvg7thwjogul3ki

On the Interests of Non-human Animals in Traditional Yorùbá Culture: A Critique of Ọ̀rúnmìlà

Emmanuel Ofuasia
2019 Bangladesh Journal of Bioethics  
The outlook received decisive ratification several millennia ago in one of the Odùs of their Ifá Corpus.  ...  Specifically, in Odù Ògúndá Otura, one of the numerous chapters of the Ifá Corpus, Ọ̀rúnmìlà, the founder and primordial deity of Ifá discloses his authorization, the use of non-human animals for sacrifice  ...  corpus is not static.  ... 
doi:10.3329/bioethics.v9i2.41186 fatcat:wwxgs7t5crgenj6xxjrulhzyhq

Fine Tuning Mission to reach those influenced by Darwinism

Roger Tucker
2014 Verbum et Ecclesia  
Recent discoveries concerning the fine-tuning of the universe have now presented a window of opportunity for overcoming this.  ...  The scientifically aware section of the South African population is increasing. Many are being exposed to the concept of Darwinian evolution.  ...  naturally into … a corpus of writing on evolution'.  ... 
doi:10.4102/ve.v35i1.891 fatcat:dk7mlx64xvbbhcln37elj75f5e

Socratic dialectic between philosophy and politics in Euthydemus 305e5-306d1

Carrie Swanson
2019 Plato Journal  
I suggest this is why in the remainder of T3 Socrates comes to grips with the speechwriters' partaking argument with a 'counter' partaking argument of his own.  ...  Plato employs the term 'εἰκός' and its cognates in this sense in many passages in the corpus. 21 But some familiar passages from the Phaedrus are most relevant to the interpretation of his riposte to  ...  Finally, Socrates says wisdom never makes a mistake (280a7-8), but Dionysodorus is portrayed as making a mistake in his own eristic argument at 297a.  ... 
doi:10.14195/2183-4105_19_3 fatcat:okmxosj4afholnh3jhjwpis2hi
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