What is argumentation?

  • (noun): A discussion in which reasons are advanced for and against some proposition or proposal.
    Synonyms: argument, debate
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on argumentation:

Argumentative Dialogue
... Argumentation Application of logical principles according to the agreed-upon rules Closing This occurs when the termination conditions are met ... Moreover, in the account of argumentation given by these authors, there are specified roles of protagonist and antagonist in the protocol which are determined by the conditions which set up the need for argument ... work on argument theory has considered argumentation as an integral part of language and perhaps the most important function of language (Grice, Searle, Austin, Popper) ...
Sally Jackson
... Sally Jackson is an American scholar of argumentation, communication, and rhetoric ... including the natural design of argumentative discourse, the design of classroom argumentation protocols, and the engineering of complex sociotechnical systems ... Forensic Association, Quarterly Journal of Speech, and Argumentation, among other journals ...
Charles Arthur Willard - Selected Works
... it with reliably sourced entries 1982 — Argumentation and the Social Grounds of Knowledge, University of Alabama Press 1982 — Advances in Argumentation Theory and Research (w ... Robert Cox) 1988 — A Theory of Argumentation, University of Alabama Press 1996 — Liberalism and the Problem of Knowledge A New Rhetoric for Modern Democracy, Chicago University of Chicago. 10-ISBN 0226898458/13-ISBN 9780226898452 OCLC 2004 ... — Critical problems in Argumentation Proceedings of the Thirteenth NCA/AFA Conference ...
The Oil Factor - Argumentation
... Oil Factor is also skeptical about consequences of all current war both on local inhabitants and American soldiers. ...
Jean-Marc Ferry - Narration, Interpretation, Argumentation, Reconstruction
... the forms of discourse through which identity is constructed are narration, interpretation, argumentation, and reconstruction ... Argumentation opens up claims of identity to rational dialogue as embodied, for example, in the Enlightenment ... attempts to understand the historical grounds behind the "good reasons" offered by others in argumentation ...

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