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6-6-2007 9:00 AM

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This paper uses the language of formal dialectics to explore how argumentation schemes and their critical questions can be characterized as an extension to traditional dialectical systems. The aim is to construct a dialectical system in which (i) the set of locutions is extended to include scheme-based moves (ii) the set of structural rules describes the roles that critical questioning can play; and (iii) the set of commitment rules distinguishes between exceptions and assumptions.

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Argumentation Schemes in Dialogue

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This paper uses the language of formal dialectics to explore how argumentation schemes and their critical questions can be characterized as an extension to traditional dialectical systems. The aim is to construct a dialectical system in which (i) the set of locutions is extended to include scheme-based moves (ii) the set of structural rules describes the roles that critical questioning can play; and (iii) the set of commitment rules distinguishes between exceptions and assumptions.