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This paper proposes use of computational models of argumentation based dialogue for enhancing the quality and scope ('scaffolding') of both human and artificial agent reasoning. In support of this proposal I draw on work in cognitive psychology that justifies such a role for human reasoning. I also refer to recent concerns about the potential dangers of artificial intelligence (AI), and the consequent need to ensure that AI actions are aligned with human values. I will advocate thatdblp:conf/aic/Modgil17 fatcat:sq4surmwwrbyjcpwuz6ux7w464