Johnstone's View of Rhetorical and Dialectical Argument

Douglas Walton
<span title="2001-01-01">2001</span> <i title="University of Windsor Leddy Library"> <a target="_blank" rel="noopener" href="" style="color: black;">Informal Logic</a> </i> &nbsp;
In the writings of Henry W. Johnstone, Jr. there can be found an evolving and gradually more sophisticated discussion of the relationship between rhetorical and dialectical argument. Johnstone's view on these matters was highly original, and at odds with the prevailing logical empiricism of the time, much like Toulmin's views on argumentation in The Uses of Argument (1958). In view of the rising importance of the issue of the relationship between rhetoric and informal logic, Johnstone's
more &raquo; ... of the argumentum ad hominem, and its relationship to Hamblin's notion of commitment, is especially worth careful consideration.
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