The Ethics of Argumentation

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Vasco Correia;
  • Publisher: University of Windsor
  • Journal: Informal Logic (issn: 0824-2577, eissn: 0824-2577)
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.22329/il.v32i2.3530
  • Subject: Argumentative self-control, argumentational virtues, biases, critical thinking, emotional attachment, ethics of argumentation, fallacies. | Logic | BC1-199

Normative theories of argumentation tend to assume that logical and dialectical rules suffice to ensure the rationality of argumentative discourse. Yet, in everyday debates people use arguments that seem valid in light of such rules but nonetheless biased and tendentiou... View more
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