ISSA Proceedings 2010 – Table of Contents

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Table of Contents ISSA Proceedings 2010

Frans H. van Eemeren, Bart Garssen, David Godden &  Gordon Mitchell, Preface
Don Paul Abbott, “War with Words”: I.A. Richards’ Attack on Argument
Rodica Amel, The Probable and the Problem
Ruth Amossy, Polemical Discourse on the Net: “Flames” in Argumentation
Corina Andone, The Reasonableness of Retracting a Standpoint in a Political Interview 
Gregory Bassham, Should “Argument” Be Defined Without Reference to Use?
Mark Battersby & Sharon Bailin, Critical Inquiry: Considering the Context
Hilde Van Belle, Rhetorical Figures and Their Chances in Hybrid Media
Floris Bex & Bart Verheij, Arguments, Stories and Evidence: Critical Questions for Fact-finding
Sarah Bigi, Institutional Constraints on the (Un)Sound Use of the Argument from Expert Opinion in the Medical Context
Frans Birrer & Wouter Mensink, The Virtual World of Policy Arguments: The Case of the Electronic Health Record
Carole Blair, V. William Balthrop & Neil Michel, Enthymemes of Relation and National Legitimation: Argument and Tombs of the Unknown
J. Anthony Blair, Logic in the Pragma-Dialectical Theory
George Boger, Argumentation and Contemporary Concerns for Justice:Shifting Focus from the Universal Audience to the Common Good
Patrick Bondy, On the Priority of Epistemic Rationality
Antonio Bova, Implicitness Functions in Family Argumentation
Lilit Brutian, Stylistic Devices and Argumentative Strategies in Public Discourse
Ann E. Burnette & Wayne L. Kraemer, Nobel Diplomacy: The Rhetoric of the Obama Administration

Damiano Canale & Giovanni Tuzet, The Argument from Legislative Silence
Paola Cantù and Italo Testa, Algorithms and Arguments: The Foundational Role of the ATAI-question
Linda Carozza, Emotional Arguments, Personality Theory, and Conflict Resolution
M. Kelly Carr, Amanda Reid Payne & Marilyn J. Young, The Latin Cross as War Memorial and The Genesis of Legal Argument: Interpreting Commemorative Symbolism in Salazar v. Buono
Begoña Carrascal & Miguel Mori, Argumentation Schemes in the Process of Arguing
Annalisa Cattani, Contemporary Trends: Between Public Art and Guerrilla Advertising
Leah Ceccarelli, Controversy over Uncertainty: Argumentation Scholarship and  Public Debate about Science
Francis Chateauraynaud & Marianne Doury, The Collective Making of Temporal Aspects in Public Debates
Daniel H. Cohen, Going for Broke: The Meta-argumentation of Desperation Strategies
John M. Collins, Agent-Relative Fallacies
Mihaela Viorica Constantinescu, Re-presenting argumentation in the traditional Romanian parliamentary debate
Robert T. Craig, Arguments about ‘Rhetoric’ in the 2008 US Presidential Election Campaign
Emmanuelle Danblon, Are Motivational Thoughts Persuasive and Valid?
De Nardis Vito, The Argumentative Structure in Octavius of Minucius Felix: The Role of the Thesis and the “Status Quaestionis” in the Development of the Structure
Silvia De Ascaniis, Lorenzo Cantoni & Stefano Tardini, Argumentation in Tourism: an analysis of User-Generated-Contents about Lugano (Switzerland)
Jason M. Dickenson & James A. Lorié, Points and Purposes of Argumentative Texts
Antoni Diller, A Critical-rationalist Approach to Premise Acceptability
Ana Dimiškovska, “The Truth and Nothing but the Truth?”: The Argumentative Use of Fictions in Legal Reasoning
Ian J. Dove, Image, Evidence, Argument
M. Dufour, Didactical Arguments and Mathematical Proofs
Claudio Durán, Bi-Logical Analysis of Arguments in Political Propaganda:The case of the Chilean Press 1970-1973
Frans van Eemeren, Bart Garssen & Bert Meuffels, The Extended Pragma-Dialectical Argumentation Theory Empirically Interpreted
Anders Eriksson, Argumentative Topoi for Refutation and Confirmation
Isabela Fairclough & Norman Fairclough, Practical Reasoning in Political Discourse: Moral and Prudential Arguments in the Debate over Bankers’ Bonuses in the British Press
Eveline T. Feteris, Strategic Manoeuvring in the Case of the ‘Unworthy Spouse’
Ioana Agatha Filimon, Argumentative Valences of the Key-phrase Value Creation in Corporate Reporting
Maurice A. Finocchiaro, Meta-argumentation: Prolegomena to a Dutch Project
Thomas Fischer, Wellman and Govier on Weighing Considerations in Conductive Pro and Contra Arguments
James B. Freeman, Can Argumentation Really Deal With Dissensus?
Gerd Fritz & Thomas Gloning, Critique and Controversy in Digital Scientific Communication: Regulative Principles and Praxis
Jonas Gabrielsen, Sine N. Just & Mette Bengtsson, Concepts and Contexts – Argumentative Forms of Framing
Alina Ganea, Strategically Manoeuvring with Reporting in the Argumentation Stage of a Critical Discussion
Anca Gâţă, On ‘Life Expectancy’ of Dissociated Terms
Marie Gelang & Jens Kjeldsen, Nonverbal Communication as Argumentation
Janne Maaike Gerlofs, Hidden Premises, Hidden Treasures?
Michael A. Gilbert, Reason & Intuition: The Kisceral Mode of Communication
Kara Gilbert, Gordon Whyte & Andrea Paul, Argumentation Standards in the Assessment of Clinical Communication Competence
G.C. Goddu, Is “Argument” Subject to the Product/Process Ambiguity
Peter Goggin, Argumentation On Sustainability In Small Island Communities
G. Thomas Goodnight and Kara Gilbert, Drug Advertising and Clinical Practice: Establishing Topics of Evaluation
Thomas F. Gordon and Douglas Walton, A Formal Model of Legal Proofs Standard and Burdens
Kira V.Goudkova and Tatyana P.Tretyakova, Binary Oppositions in Media Argumentation
Sara Greco Morasso, The Challenge of Studying Argumentation in Context
Leo Groarke, Emotional Arguments: Ancient and Contemporary Views
Ton van Haaften, Dutch Parliamentary Debate as Communicative Activity Type
Allison Hahn, The World Schools Debate Championship and Intercultural Argumentation
Benjamin Hamby, Toulmin’s Analytic Arguments
Dale Hample, Fabio Paglieri & Ling Na, The Costs and Benefits of Arguing: Predicting the Decision Whether to Engage or not
Kati Hannken-Illjes, The Absence of Reasons
Hans V. Hansen, Using Argument Schemes as a Method of Informal Logic
Michael David Hazen & Thomas J. Hynes, An Exploratory Study of Argument in the Public and Private Domains of Differing Forms of Societies
Dale A. Herbeck, Defining “Disruption”: Setting Limits on Student Speech Rights in the United States
Darrin Hicks & Justin Eckstein, Reasonableness and Strategic Maneuvering in Cold-War Editorial Argumentation
Mika Hietanen, “I have like a message from God” – The Rhetorical Situation and Persuasive Strategies in Revival Rhetoric
Michael H.G. Hoffmann, Powerful Arguments: Logical Argument Mapping
Sarah Hoffmann, Argumentation Schemes in Proverbs
Michael J. Hoppmann, On the Concept “Argumentum ad Baculum”
Jos Hornikx, Variations of Standpoint Explicitness in Advertising: An Experimental Study on Probability Markers
Paul van den Hoven, Iconicity in Visual and Verbal Argumentation
Constanza Ihnen Jory, Evaluating Pragmatic Argumentation: A Pragma-Dialectical Perspective
Cornelia Ilie, Gendering the Rhetoric of Emotions in Interviews: Argumentation and Counter-Argumentation
Beth Innocenti, Analyzing Repetition in Argumentation
Liliana Ionescu-Ruxăndoiu, The Argumentum ad Hominem in a Romanian Parliamentary Debate
Henrike Jansen, ‘If that were true, I would never have …’: The Counterfactual Presentation of Arguments that Appeal to Human Behaviour
Ann Johnson & Esteban del Rio, Interpretation and Evaluation of Satirical  Arguments
Ralph H. Johnson, Wittgenstein’s Influence on Hamblin’s Concept of ‘Dialectical’
Charlotte Jørgensen, Fudging Speech Acts in Political Argumentation
Tomohiro Kanke & Junya Morooka, Youth Debates in Early Modern Japan
Manfred Kienpointner, When Figurative Analogies Fail: Fallacious Uses of Arguments from Analogy
Gabrijela Kišiček & Davor Stanković, Analysis of Fallacies in Croatian Parliamentary Debate
Jens E. Kjeldsen, Visual Tropes and Figures as Visual Argumentation
Susan L. Kline, The Relationship between Reflective Reasoning and Argument Skill
James F. Klumpp, Keynote Address: Rhetorical Argument
Kyoko Koma, Foreign Words as Argumentative Devices: Japanese Words in French Newspapers
Takuzo Konishi, Logically Defending for Publication: An Analysis of the Review Process of Logical Self-Defense
Marcin Koszowy, Pragmatic Logic: The Study of Argumentation in the Lvov-Warsaw School
Erik C. W. Krabbe & Jan Albert van Laar, The Ways of Criticism: Four Parameters
Manfred Kraus, Cultural Diversity, Cognitive Breaks, and Deep Disagreement: Polemic Argument
Gábor Kutrovátz, Expert Authority and Ad Verecundiam Arguments
Lenore Langsdorf & Darrin Hicks, The Metaphysics of Argument:Two Proposals about Presuppositions
Lars Leeten, Moral Argumentation from a Rhetorical Point of View
Alain Létourneau, Definition and Prescription as Classifiers of Arguments: A comparison of two models to analyze arguments, Sproule (1980) and Toussaint-Ducasse (1996)
Marcin Lewiński, The Collective Antagonist: Multiple Criticism in Informal Online Deliberation
Qingyin Liang & Yun Xie, How Critical is the Dialectical Tier? Exploring the  Critical Dimension in the Dialectical Tier
Vincenzo Lo Cascio, The Inferential Work of the Addressee: Recovering Hidden Argumentative Information
Celso López & Ana María Vicuña, Improving the Teaching of Argumentation through Pragma Dialectical Rules and a Community of Inquiry
Christoph Lumer, Probabilistic Arguments in the Epistemological Approach to Argumentation
Roseann M. Mandziuk, Commemoration and Controversy: Negotiating Public Memory through Counter-Memorials
Maurizio Manzin, Rhetorical vs. Syllogistic Models of Legal Reasoning: The Italian Experience
Roberto Marafioti, Argumentation, Debate and Refutation in Contemporary Argentine Political Discourse
Noemi Marin & David Cratis Williams, Presidential Arguments in Post-Soviet Russia: An Enthymematic Return to National Identity as Argumentation of Citizenry?
Fátima Masot-Conde, Is Natural Selection a Tautology?
Simona Mazilu, Persuasive Definitions in Ethical Argumentation on Abortion
Davide Mazzi, “Palmerston bustles around with the foreign policy of this powerful nation, like a furious and old drunkard…”: On the Discursive Formulation of Argument by Analogy in History
Sebastian McEvoy, The Argumentative and Legalistic Analysis of Versification
Oswaldo Melo Souza Filho, From Polemical Exchanges to Dialogue: Appreciations about an Ethics of Communication
Vesel Memedi, Intractable Disputes: The Development of Attractors
Wouter Mensink & Frans A. J. Birrer, Constituting the “Good Patient” – The Effect of “Clustered Argumentation” in Dutch Personal Healthcare Budget
Johanna Miecznikowski, Construction Types and Argumentative Functions of Possibility Modals: Evidence from Italian
Maureen C. Minielli, “Crisis” and Argument by Definition in the Modern American Presidency
Dima Mohammed, The Reasonableness of Responding to Criticism with Accusations of Inconsistency
Dima Mohammed & Peter Schulz, Argumentative Insights for the Analysis of Direct-to-Consumer Advertising
Daniela Muraru, Strategic Maneuvering with the Technique of Dissociation in International Mediation
María G. Navarro, Elements for an Argumentative Method of Interpretation
Ana Laura Nettel, The Enthymeme Between Persuasion and Argumentation
Davor Nikolić & Diana Tomić, Employing the Toulmin’s Model in Rhetorical Education
Daniel J. O’Keefe, The Argumentative Structure of Some Persuasive Appeal Variations
Hiroko Okuda, Obama’s Rhetorical Strategy in Presenting “A World Without Nuclear Weapons”
Paula Olmos & Luis Vega, The Use of the Script Concept in Argumentation Theory
Fabio Paglieri & John Woods, Enthymemes: From Reconstruction to Understanding
John Pajunen, Acceptance, Epistemic Concepts, and Argumentation Theory
Rudi Palmieri, Situational Constraints on Argumentation in the Context of Takeover Proposals
Edward Panetta, Gwen Ifill: Moderator or Opponent in the 2008 Vice-Presidential Debate?
Donn W. Parson, Argumentation: Problems of Style and the Contribution of Kenneth Burke
Steven W. Patterson, Dancing, Dueling, and Argumentation: On the Normative  Shape of the Practice of Argumentation
Sune Holm Pedersen, Reasonable Non-Agreement in Critical Discussions
Jeanne Peijnenburg, Epistemic Foundationalism and Aristotle’s Principle of the Absolute
Valeria Pery-Borissov & Galia Yanoshevsky, How Authors Justify their Participation in Literary Interviews: Analyzing the Argumentative Dimension of the Interview through its Interactions
Pamela Pietrucci, From Liberation to Liberty: Strategic Ambiguity and Politicization in Berlusconi’s 1st Liberation Day Speech: “April 25: A honor  and a commitment”
Roosmaryn Pilgram, A Doctor’s Argumentation by Authority as a Strategic Manoeuvre
H. José Plug, Parrying Ad-hominem Arguments in Parliamentary Debates
Gilbert Plumer, Novels as Arguments
Lotte van Poppel, Solving Potential Disputes in Health Brochures with Pragmatic Argumentation
Henry Prakken, Argumentation without Arguments
Federico Puppo, Vagueness of Language and Judicial Rhetoric
Pierre-Yves Raccah, A Semantic Structure for Points of View: About Linguistic Constraints on Argumentation
Karen Rasmussen, The Paradox of Sherman Alexie’s Reservation Blues
Angela G. Ray, Making History by Analogy: Frederick Douglass Remembers William the Silent
Chris Reed & Katarzyna Budzynska, How Dialogues Create Arguments
Anna Carolina Regner, Three Kinds of Polemical Interaction
Regan Lance Reitsma, Tolerance and Intellectual Humility
Cindy Koenig Richards, The Language of Democracy and Power, Spoken by Women: Challenging Political Exclusion through Formal Argumentation
John J. Rief, Widening Applications of Phronesis in the Clinic and Beyond
Eddo Rigotti, Innovation and Continuity in Agricola’s De Inuentione Dialectica
Patricia Riley & Thomas A. Hollihan, Strategic Communication – How Governments Frame Arguments in the Media
Jeremy Rogerson, Woodrow Wilson’s Economic Imperialism
Georges Roque, Visual Argumentation. A Reappraisal
Robert C. Rowland, Health Care Reform and the Status of the Public Sphere
Sara Rubinelli, Jerome Bickenbach & Gerold Stucki, Definitions and facts. Arguing about the definition of health
Janice Schuetz, Strategic Maneuvering and Appellate Argumentation
Jan Henning Schulze, The Rationality of Rhetoric: How to cope with human limitations
Francesco Screti & Alfonso Martin Jimenez, Rhetoric and Argumentation in Advertising: TV Campaign “Let’s live like Galician”
Gabriela Scripnic, Strategic Manoeuvring with Direct Evidential Strategies
Paul L. Simard Smith, Belief, Rationality and the “Jurisdiction of Argumentation”
A. Francisca Snoeck Henkemans, Shared Medical Decision-Making: Strategic Maneuvering by Doctors in the Presentation of Their Treatment Preferences to Patients
Marta Spranzi, The Nature and Purpose of Dialectic: Aristotle and Contemporary Argumentation Theory
Ariadna Ştefănescu, Conceptual Metaphors and Flexibility in Political Notions in Use in 19th Century Romanian Parliamentary Discourse
Masako Suzuki, Jiro Hasumi, YoshiroYano & Kazumi Sakai, Adaptation to Adjudication Styles in Debates and Debate Education
Takeshi Suzuki & Takayuki Kato, An Analysis of TV Debate: Democratic Party of Japan Leadership between Hatoyama and Okada
Viktor Tchouechov, Argumentology about the Possibility of Dialogue between New Logic, Rhetoric, Dialectics
Serena Tomasi, Adversarial Principle and Argumentation: An Outline of Italian Criminal Trial
Karen Tracy, Everyday Argument Strategies in Appellate Court Argument about Same-Sex Marriage
Assimakis Tseronis, Towards an Empirically Plausible Classification of Argumentative Markers
Alena L. Vasilyeva, Argumentation in the Context of Mediation Activity
Laura Vincze, The Appeal to Ethos as a Strategic Maneuvering in Political Discourse
Jean H.M. Wagemans, Argument Schemes, Topoi, and Laws of Logic
Douglas Walton & Fabrizio Macagno, Burdens of Persuasion and Proof in Everyday Argumentation
Harry Weger, Jr., Engineering Argumentation in Marriage: Pragma-dialectics, Strategic Maneuvering, and The “Fair Fight for Change” in Marriage Education
Sheldon Wein, Assuring Cooperation: From Prisoner’s Dilemmas to Assurance Games to Mutual Cooperation
Mark Weinstein, Arguing Towards Truth: The Case of the Periodic Table
Andreas Welzel & Christopher W. Tindale, The Emotions’ Impact on Audience Judgments and Decision-Making in Aristotle’s Rhetoric
Jan Willem Wieland, Proto-Regress Argument Schemas
David Cratis Williams, Marilyn J. Young & Michael K. Launer, Russian National Identity as Argument Construction: An Assessment of Political Transformations in Post-Soviet Russia
Galia Yanoshevsky, Building a Trustful Audience in Scam Letters
Igor Ž. Žagar, The Use and Misuse of Topoi: Critical Discourse Analysis and Discourse-Historical Approach
Maria Załęska, Ad Hominem in the Criticisms of Expert Argumentation
David Zarefsky, The Appeal for Transcendence: A Possible Response to Cases of Deep Disagreement
Gábor Zemplén & Gergely Kertész, The Challenges of Training Critical Discussants: Dialectical Effectiveness and Responsibility in Strategic Maneuvering and in Science Education
Frank Zenker, Why Study the Overlap Between “Ought” and “Is” Anyways? On Empirically Investigating the Conventional Validity of the Pragma-Dialectical Discussion Rules
Gergana Zlatkova, Reported Argumentation in Financial News Articles: Problems of Reconstruction
Janja Žmavc, The Ethos of Classical Rhetoric: From Epieikeia to Auctoritas

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