Argumentation is an international and interdisciplinary journal that gathers academic contributions from a wide range of scholarly backgrounds and approaches to reasoning, natural inference and persuasion: communication, classical and modern rhetoric, linguistics, discourse analysis, pragmatics, psychology, philosophy, formal and informal logic, critical thinking, history and law. Its scope includes a diversity of interests, from philosophical, theoretical and analytical to empirical and practical topics.
Argumentation publishes papers, book reviews, a yearly bibliography, and announcements of conferences and seminars.
- 29 Volumes
- 114 Issues
- 1,041 Articles
- 50 Open Access
- 1987 - 2015 Available between
Constructing One’s Arguments Based on Refutations of the Other’s Discourse. A Study of the Traditional Presidential Debate: Chirac/Jospin (1995) Versus Sarkozy/Royal (2007)
Malin Roitman (March 2015)
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