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The new dialectic : conversational contexts of argument

Douglas N. Walton author.

1998

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  • Title:
    The new dialectic : conversational contexts of argument
  • Author: Douglas N. Walton author.
  • Description: ""CONTENTS""; ""ACKNOWLEDGMENTS""; ""Chapter 1: Introduction""; ""1 Statement of Purpose""; ""2 Informal Logic and Fallacies""; ""3 Aristotle's Five Types of Arguments""; ""4 The Waning of Dialectic""; ""5 Locke's Four Kinds of Arguments""; ""6 Fallacies of Relevance""; ""7 Other Important Fallacies""; ""8 The New Approach to Dialectic""; ""9 Types of Dialogue""; ""10 Dialectical Relevance""; ""Chapter 2: Persuasion Dialogue""; ""1 Main Characteristics""; ""2 Argument in Persuasion Dialogue""; ""3 Commitment""; ""4 Critical Discussion""; ""5 Nonexplicit Commitments""
    ""6 Rigorous and Permissive Persuasion Dialogue""""7 Maieutic Function""; ""8 The Problem of Enthymemes""; ""9 Relevance in Persuasion Dialogue""; ""10 Evaluating Criticisms of Irrelevance""; ""Chapter 3: The Inquiry""; ""1 Main Characteristics""; ""2 Advancing States of Knowledge""; ""3 Aristotelian Demonstration""; ""4 Is Scientific Argumentation an Inquiry?""; ""5 Other Subtypes of Inquiry""; ""6 Argument and Explanation""; ""7 Black and Beardsley on the Inquiry""; ""8 Cases of Public Inquiries""; ""9 Profiles of Dialogue in the Inquiry""; ""10 Relevance in the Inquiry""
    ""Chapter 4: Negotiation Dialogue""""1 Main Characteristics""; ""2 Subtypes""; ""3 The Game-Theory Model of Negotiation""; ""4 Commitment in Negotiation Dialogue""; ""5 Relevance and Irrelevance""; ""6 Threats as Arguments""; ""7 Dialectical Shifts from Negotiation""; ""8 Solutions for Deadlock""; ""9 Bias and Advocacy""; ""10 Advocacy Advertising""; ""Chapter 5: Information-Seeking Dialogue""; ""1 Main Characteristics""; ""2 The Interview""; ""3 Searching a Database""; ""4 Position to Know""; ""5 Classification of Questions""; ""6 Presuppositions of Questions""
    ""7 How Can a Question Be a Fallacy?""""8 Expert Consultation Dialogue""; ""9 Peirastic and Exetastic Dialogues""; ""10 Relevance in Information-Seeking Dialogue""; ""Chapter 6: Deliberation""; ""1 Main Characteristics""; ""2 Practical Reasoning""; ""3 Argument from Consequences""; ""4 The Dilemma""; ""5 Stages and Dynamic Aspects of Deliberation""; ""6 Aristotle's Account of Deliberation""; ""7 The Town Hall Meeting""; ""8 Public and Political Deliberation""; ""9 Relevance in Deliberation""; ""10 Relevance Across Joined Dialogues""; ""Chapter 7: Eristic Dialogue""
    ""1 The Quarrel as Paradigm""""2 Eristic Dialogue""; ""3 Stages of the Quarrel""; ""4 Closed Attitude of Eristic Dialogue""; ""5 Plato on Eristic Argument""; ""6 Aristotle on Contentious Argument""; ""7 Modern Revival of Eristic Argument""; ""8 Relevance in Eristic Dialogue""; ""9 Subtypes of Eristic Dialogue""; ""10 Identifying Characteristics of Eristic Dialogue""; ""Chapter 8: Dialectical Shifts""; ""1 Types of Shifts""; ""2 Licit and Illicit Shifts""; ""3 Licit Shifts to and from Expert Consultation Dialogue""; ""4 Illicit Shifts and Fallacious Arguments""; ""5 The Infomercial""
    ""6 Deceptive Format""
  • Publication Date: 1998
  • Publisher: Toronto, Ontario ; Buffalo, New York ; London, England : University of Toronto Press
  • Format: 1 online resource (317 p.).
  • Identifier: ISBN 1-281-99770-6;ISBN 9786611997700;ISBN 1-4426-8185-3
  • Subjects: Reasoning; Logic; Dialogue; Electronic books
  • Language: English
  • Source: 01DAL UDM ALMA

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