6 edition of Argumentation, communication, and fallacies found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 221-226) and indexes.
|Statement||Frans H. van Eemeren, Rob Grootendorst.|
|LC Classifications||P301.5.P47 E33 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 236 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||236|
|LC Control Number||91040241|
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This volume gives a theoretical account of the problem of analyzing and evaluating argumentative discourse. After placing argumentation in a communicative perspective, and then discussing the fallacies that occur when certain rules of communication are violated, the authors offer an alternative to both the linguistically-inspired descriptive and logically-inspired normative approaches to.
This volume gives a theoretical account of the problem of analyzing and evaluating argumentative discourse. After placing argumentation in a communicative perspective, and then discussing the fallacies that occur when certain rules of communication are violated, the authors offer an alternative to both the linguistically-inspired descriptive and logically-inspired normative approaches to Cited by: Book Description.
This volume gives a theoretical account of the problem of analyzing and evaluating argumentative discourse. After placing argumentation in a communicative perspective, and then discussing the fallacies that occur when certain rules of communication are violated, the authors offer an alternative to both the linguistically-inspired descriptive and logically-inspired normative.
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Argumentation, Communication, and Fallacies. DOI link for Argumentation, Communication, and Fallacies. Argumentation, Communication, and Fallacies bookAuthor: Frans H.
van Eemeren, Rob Grootendorst. Introduction Argumentation is a vital factor for communication and it endured in our society for centuries. This theory had its origin in foundationalism, a theory of justification communication reasoning Argumentation the field of philosophy.
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Fallacies and Judgments of Reasonableness: Empirical Research Concerning the Pragma-Dialectical Discussion. Springer. ISBN Douglas N. Walton, Informal logic: A handbook for critical argumentation.
Cambridge University Press, Douglas, Walton (). Informal Fallacies. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. Walton, Douglas (). Get this from a library. Argumentation, communication, and fallacies: a pragma-dialectical perspective. [Frans H Van Eemeren; R Grootendorst].
Fallacies are fake or deceptive arguments, arguments that prove nothing. Fallacies often seem superficially sound, and they far too often retain immense persuasive power even after being clearly exposed as false. Fallacies are not always deliberate, but a good scholar’s purpose is always to identify and unmask fallacies in arguments.
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He is Book Editor of the interdisciplinary journal Argumentation, and Editor of the book series Argumentation in Context. His research interests are empirical research of argumentation, political argumentation and the fallacies. Together with Frans H. van Eemeren and Bert Meuffels he published Fallacies and Judgments of Reasonableness ().
The book offers a compact but comprehensive introductory overview of the crucial components of argumentation theory. In presenting this overview, argumentation is consistently approached from a pragma-dialectical perspective by viewing it pragmatically as a goal-directed communicative activity and dialectically as part of a regulated critical exchange aimed at resolving a difference of : Springer International Publishing.
The monographs he (co)authored include Speech Acts in Argumentative Discussions (), Argumentation, Communication, and Fallacies (), Reconstructing Argumentative Discourse (), A Systematic Theory of Argumentation (), Argumentative Indicators in Discourse (), Fallacies and Judgments of Reasonableness (), Strategic.
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The emphasis of the current book is the reverse of the previous one, that is, it concerns the emotional aspects of words and definitions, seldom mentioning the fallacies of appeal to emotion.
Macagno and Walton discuss two main ways that emotive language can enter into argumentation: 1. In addition to argumentation, he teaches political communication, persuasion and social movements, rock ’n roll and rebellion, and nonverbal communication.
Heather Norton is an associate professor of communication studies and chair of the Department of English and Communication at. P1: FpQ CY 0 3 September 9, 2 A systematic theory of argumentation argumentation is a verbal activity, which takes place by means of lan- guage use,2 a social activity, which is as a rule directed at other people,3 and a rational activity, which is generally based on intellectual consid- erations.4 Another important characteristic of argumentation is that.
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Fallacies which are formally analyzable in an even weakersense (e.g. petitio principii) are fallacies of the third grade of the 70s, a formal-dialectical approach by Else Barth and Erik Krabbe attracted interest.
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