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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 expands Gilbert’s emotional mode of argumentation (1997). First, general concerns with arguments that stray from the traditional approach are addressed. Then a classification system for different types of emotional arguments is developed. Some of the criteria that help determine emotional arguments include dialogue types, arguers involved, as well as the use of emotion.

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Dissent in the Midst of Emotional Territory

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This paper expands Gilbert’s emotional mode of argumentation (1997). First, general concerns with arguments that stray from the traditional approach are addressed. Then a classification system for different types of emotional arguments is developed. Some of the criteria that help determine emotional arguments include dialogue types, arguers involved, as well as the use of emotion.