Crucial Concepts in Argumentation Theory

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F. H. van Eemeren
Amsterdam University Press, 2001 - 239 páginas
Crucial Concepts in Argumentation Theory is a collection of essays that discuss a series of important issues in the study of argumentation. The essays describe the concepts that are crucial to argumentational research and the various ways these concepts have been approached. The essays explore such issues as points of view, unexpressed premises, argument schemes, argumentation structures, fallacies, argument interpretation and reconstruction, and argumentation in law. Each of the essays provides interested readers with an overview of the literature that can serve as a point of departure for further study.

 

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Preface
9
Points of View
27
Argument Schemes
81
Fallacies
135
Argumentation in the Field of Law
201
Index of Names
227
The Contributors
237
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