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University of Windsor

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6-6-2007 9:00 AM

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9-6-2007 5:00 PM

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This paper focuses on the role played by the concept of Common Ground by investigating various roles played by consensus and dissensus in different argumentation theories. A dynamic conception of Common Ground as a second order consensus will be invoked instead of a static definition as starting point, condition or result of an argumentative practice.

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Is Common Ground a Word or Just a Sound? Second Order Consensus and Argumentation Theory

University of Windsor

This paper focuses on the role played by the concept of Common Ground by investigating various roles played by consensus and dissensus in different argumentation theories. A dynamic conception of Common Ground as a second order consensus will be invoked instead of a static definition as starting point, condition or result of an argumentative practice.