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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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Argumentation scholars' interest in the work of Charles Sanders Peirce has been almost exclusively confined to his conception of abduction, and he is not currently regarded as a key figure for development of argumentation. This paper examines his notion of sign and semiotics and their relation to inference and argument, and argues that semiosis and sign, along with abduction, should be the focus for argumentation scholars' research on Peirce.

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Peircean Semiosis/Sign and their Contribution to Argumentation

University of Windsor

Argumentation scholars' interest in the work of Charles Sanders Peirce has been almost exclusively confined to his conception of abduction, and he is not currently regarded as a key figure for development of argumentation. This paper examines his notion of sign and semiotics and their relation to inference and argument, and argues that semiosis and sign, along with abduction, should be the focus for argumentation scholars' research on Peirce.