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[I argue that although the pragma-dialectical analysis is said to focus on the process of argumentation aimed at resolving a difference of opinion, proponents of that theory hold that any actual argumentation (“argumentative reality”) is to be, or is best, analyzed using the pragma-dialectical...
[This chapter is a reflection upon how some of Perelman’s central claims stand up to more recent theoretical developments. Perelman’s intellectual journey from the study of justice to the study of argumentation is briefly examined, and the distinguishing features of argumentation that Perelman...
[The chapter argues that there are several different, and on the face of it incompatible, conceptions of the relationship between rhetoric and argumentation in the more or less current literature. (1) The class of arguments is a member of the class of rhetorical entities or processes....
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