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Bondi, Marina (1998, Ed.). Forms of Argumentative Discourse. Per un'analisi linguistica dell'argomentare

Bondi, Marina (1998, Ed.). Forms of Argumentative Discourse. Per un'analisi linguistica... BOOK REVIEWS 255 half the length of the volume presently under consideration. To be sure, that monograph would have been a significantly different work, with a less ambitious goal and fewer accomplishments. But I suspect it may have better served the needs and interests of a wider and even more apprecia- tive readership. MARK VOROBEJ Department of Philosophy McMaster University Bondi, Marina (1998, Ed.). Forms of Argumentative Discourse. Per un’analisi linguistica dell’argomentare. CLUEB, Bologna, pp. xiv–274. ISBN 88-491-1096-0. This volume is a collection of papers discussed at the conference ‘Forms of Argumentative Discourse’ organised by the Department of Modern Foreign Languages and Literatures at the University of Bologna (December 12–13, 1996). As the Italian subtitle – Per un’analisi linguistica dell’argomentare (Towards a linguistic analysis of argument) – clearly explains, the topic was mainly examined from a linguistic perspective. For a long time argu- mentation was considered an epistemological problem. More recently, however it has become a field of research for psychologists, sociologists and linguists. Present linguistic studies have their origin in the seminal works of Perelman and Toulmin and have developed into a variety of approaches which differ remarkably from one another. The first part of the volume mirrors http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Argumentation Springer Journals

Bondi, Marina (1998, Ed.). Forms of Argumentative Discourse. Per un'analisi linguistica dell'argomentare

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Springer Journals
Copyright
Copyright © 2002 by Kluwer Academic Publishers
Subject
Philosophy; Logic; Communication Studies; Theories of Law, Philosophy of Law, Legal History; Political Communication
ISSN
0920-427X
eISSN
1572-8374
DOI
10.1023/A:1015546708502
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BOOK REVIEWS 255 half the length of the volume presently under consideration. To be sure, that monograph would have been a significantly different work, with a less ambitious goal and fewer accomplishments. But I suspect it may have better served the needs and interests of a wider and even more apprecia- tive readership. MARK VOROBEJ Department of Philosophy McMaster University Bondi, Marina (1998, Ed.). Forms of Argumentative Discourse. Per un’analisi linguistica dell’argomentare. CLUEB, Bologna, pp. xiv–274. ISBN 88-491-1096-0. This volume is a collection of papers discussed at the conference ‘Forms of Argumentative Discourse’ organised by the Department of Modern Foreign Languages and Literatures at the University of Bologna (December 12–13, 1996). As the Italian subtitle – Per un’analisi linguistica dell’argomentare (Towards a linguistic analysis of argument) – clearly explains, the topic was mainly examined from a linguistic perspective. For a long time argu- mentation was considered an epistemological problem. More recently, however it has become a field of research for psychologists, sociologists and linguists. Present linguistic studies have their origin in the seminal works of Perelman and Toulmin and have developed into a variety of approaches which differ remarkably from one another. The first part of the volume mirrors

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