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argumentation

Logic the process of reasoning methodically
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Not surprisingly such 'contestability' reflects wider debates inside the field of argumentation theory (as well as any other academic field, see for example the often-cited paper by Gallie (1956) regarding all politically charged concepts).
Eemeren, Fundamentals of Argumentation Theory: A Handbook of Historical Backgrounds and Contemporary Developments Mahwah (N.J.: L.
His research interests are in the field of AI, including knowledge representation and automated reasoning (in particular, argumentation theory, fuzzy constraints, temporal reasoning), multiagent systems, and knowledge-based systems.
In short, the book appears to have been developed with the express goal of synthesizing the best elements of nearly every developed position (and approach) in contemporary argumentation theory.
Finally the paper by Doris Schroeder and Peter Herissone-Kelly on Stephen Toulmin's argumentation theory is too short to achieve its goal of showing that theory is needed more than standard logical analysis in bioethics.
Van Eemeren (speech communication, argumentation theory, and rhetoric; U.
In this collection of 21 chapters, international multidisciplinary contributors critically treat relevant theories, e.g., Toulmin's argumentation theory; methods in the field; accepted and contested concepts; general approaches; and issues and legal cases regarding controversial subjects including genetic determinism, "liberal" (as vs.
Argumentation theory is also used in health communication campaigns.
The 23 articles discuss argumentation theory and method, historical background (the enthymeme and letter writing), rhetorical argumentation in the Old Testament (two articles), the Gospels (four), Pauline letters (nine), Hebrews (one), and Apocalyptic and Romance (one, on the Shepherd of Hermas and the Acta Petri).
I proposed scaffolds that required participants to be aware of the "arguments" they were constructing, in line with established views in argumentation theory. I discussed the scaffolds and the meaning to be attributed to them with the OIIQ's scientific director and facilitator.
Section 3.6 analyzes the argumentation theory of Phan Minh Dung [Dung 1995b], which connected the logic programming community with defeasible argumentation.