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This paper deals with the use of imaginary or fictive questions as argumentative devices that can structure on-line discourse and reasoning in legal settings. The theoretical perspective used is the theory of conceptual integration networks or conceptual blending (Fauconnier & Turner 1996, 1998, 2002).doi:10.3765/bls.v28i1.3857 fatcat:r7o2ffiy4fhnraujnijh3243lm