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Justification and Argumentation

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Language and argument: a review of the field

References Aberdein, Andrew. 2006. ‘Raising the Tone: Definition, Bullshit, and the Definition of Bullshit.’ In George Reisch and Gary Hardcastle (eds.), Bullshit and Philosophy, 151-169. Chicago: Open Court. Amossy, Ruth. 2009. Argumentation in Discourse: A Socio-discursive Approach to Arguments. Informal Logic 29 (3). 252-267. Austin, John L. 1962. How to Do Things with Words . Oxford: Oxford University Press. Blair, J. Anthony and Ralph H. Johnson. 2000. Informal Logic: An Overview. Informal Logic 20 (2). 93-107. Katarzyna

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Witness Impeachment in Cross-Examination Using Ad Hominem Argumentation

References Aristotle (1939). Topics (trans. E. S. Forster). Cambridge: Harvard University Press. Bench-Capon, T. J.M., Doutre, S. and Dunne, P. E. (2008). Asking the Right Question: Forcing Commitment in Examination Dialogues. Computational Models of Argument: Proceedings of COMMA 2008, ed. P. Besnard, S. Doutre and A. Hunter. Amsterdam: IOS Press, 49-60. Budzynska, K. and Reed, C. (2012). The Structure of Ad Hominem Dialogues. Computational Models of Argument: Proceedings of COMMA 2012. ed. B. Verheij, S

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A New Argument Scheme for Causal Explanations by Analogy? The Case of Galileo’s Explanation of the Tides

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Ad Hominem Arguments, Rhetoric, and Science Communication

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A belief revision approach for argumentation-based negotiation agents

References Alchourrón, C., Gärdenfors, P. and Makinson, D. (1985). On the logic of theory change: Partial meet contraction and revision functions, Journal of Symbolic Logic 50(2): 510-530. Amgoud, L., Dimopoulos, Y. and Moraitis, P. (2007). A unified and general framework for argumentation-based negotiation, 6th International Joint Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS 2007), Honolulu, HI, USA, p. 158. Amgoud, L., Parsons, S. and Maudet, N. (2000). Arguments, dialogue and negotiation, inW

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Preface: From Pragmatics and Dialectics to Argument Studies

., Trypuz, R., Trzęsicki, K., Urbański, M., Wasilewska-Kamińska, E., Wieczorek, K. A., Witek, M., Wybraniec-Skardowska, U., Yaskorska, O., Załęska, M., Zdanow- ski, K. & Żurek, T. (2014). The Polish School of Argumentation: A Mani- festo. In K. Budzynska & M. Koszowy (Eds.), The Polish School of Argu- mentation, special issue of the journal Argumentation, vol. 3 (in press). Budzynska, K. & Dębowska, K. (2010). Dialogues with conflict resolution: goals and effects. In: P. Łupkowski & M. Purver (Eds.), Aspects of Semantics and Pragmatics of Dialogue. SemDial

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Conceptions of Speech Acts in the Theory and Practice of Argumentation: A Case Study of a Debate About Advocating

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in Constructing a Persuasive Argument. [Stone, 2012] Stone, M. (2012). Denying the Antecedent: Its Effective Use in Argumentation. Informal Logic, 32(3), pp. 327-356 [Walton, 2002] Walton, D. N. (2002). Are Some Modus Ponens Arguments Deductively Invalid? Informal Logic, 22(1), pp. 219-243 [Yaskorska, et al., 2012] Yaskorska, O., Kacprzak M., & Budzynska K. (2012) Rules for Formal and Natural Dialogues in Agent Communication. In Proceedings of

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Marriage, liberty and constitution: a corpus-assisted study of value-laden words in legal argumentation

Douglas Walton. 2014. Emotive Language in Argumentation . Cambridge University Press. Mazzi, Davide. 2010. ‘This Argument Fails for Two Reasons... A Linguistic Analysis of Judicial Evaluation Strategies in US Supreme Court Judgements.’ International Journal for the Semiotics of Law 23 No. 4: 373-385. Partington, Alan, Alison Duguid and Charlotte Taylor. 2013. Patterns and Meanings in Discourse. Theory and Practice in Corpus-Assisted Discourse Studies. Amsterdam / Philadelphia: John Benjamins. Partington, Alan. 2004. ‘Corpora and Discourse: A

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