ISSA Proceedings 1998 – Table Of Contents

ISSA Proceedings 1998 

Frans H. van Eemeren et al – Preface
Aakhus, M. – Reconstruction games: Assessing the resources for managing collective argumentation in groupware technology
Aldrich, A.W. – Framing Blame and Managing Accountability to Pragma-Dialectical Principles in Congressional Testimony
Amossy, R. – The argument ad hominem in an interactional perspective
Azar, M. – Refuting counter-arguments in written essays
Baaske, K. – Arguing Over Values: The Affirmative Action Debate and Public Ethics
Baker, M. – The function of argumentation dialogue in cooperative problem-solving
Balter, S.J. – ‘The Search for Grounds in Legal Argumentation: A Rhetorical Analysis of Texas v Johnson’
Bedau, H.A. – What are the ‘Anarchical Fallacies’ Jeremy Bentham Discovered in the 1789 French: Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen?
Beer, F.A. & De Landtsheer, C. – Metaphorical politics: mobilization or tranquilization?
Berkenbosch, R. & Van der Geest, I. – Practical guidelines for justifying decisions about major projects
Birrer, F.A.J. – Asymmetry in the dialogue between expert and non-expert
Blair, J.A. – Walton’s argumentation schemes for presumptive reasoning: A critique and development
Brandon, E.P. – What’s Wrong with God?
Branham, R. – Abolitionist reconstructions of July Fourth
Brashers, D.E., Haas, S.M. & Neidig, J.L. – Satisfying the Argumentative Requirements for Self Advocacy
Cattani, A. – Bad Reasoning, Good Humor
Chan, W. – Wittgenstein and Cognitive Psychology
Cohen, D.H. – How To Lose an Argument
Coleman, E. – Acts of argumentation: beyond spoken dialog
Collins, C.A. & Schmid, J.D. – The Power and Perceived Truthfulness of Visual Arguments in U.S. Political Campaign Biofilms
Conley, T.M. – The Renaissance Roots of Perelman’s Rhetoric
Craig, R.T. & Sanusi, A.L. – “I’m Just Saying …”: Discourse Markers of Standpoint Continuity
Danblon, E. – Is Praise a kind of Advice?
Darsey, J. – Calculating Environmental Value: The Displacement Of Moral Argument
DeLoach, M.B. & Engstrom DeLoach, D. – Argumentation and children’s art: An Examination of Children’s Responses to Art at The Dallas Museum of Art
Deppermann, A. – Semantic shifts in argumentative processes: A step beyond the ‘fallacy of equivocation’
Dietrich, J. – Argument Theory and the Rhetorical Practices of the North American ‘Central America Movement’
Dolder, F. – Methods for evaluating legal argumentation
Dolinina, I.B. – Does the hedgehog climb trees?: The neurological basis for ‘theoretical’ and ‘empirical’ reasoning patterns
Domajnko, B. – Towards a proposition of the argumentative square
Douglass, D. – The Use of Metaphor in Scientific Argument: The Case of Edward Clarke’s Sex in Education
Doury, M. – Burden of proof : a negociable argumentative ‘chore’
Eemeren, F.H. van & Houtlosser, P. – Delivering the goods in critical discussion
Eemeren, F.H. van & Houtlosser, P. – William the Silent’s Argumentative Discourse
Eemeren, F.H. van, Grootendorst, R., Meuffels, B. & Verburg, M. – The (un)reasonableness of ad hominem fallacies
Farrell, K.M. – Ubuntu or Acknowledgment: An Analysis of the Argument Practices of the South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission
Farrell, Th.B. – Magnitude Beyond Measure: Judgment and Justice in the late Twentieth Century
Feteris, E. – What went wrong in the ball-point case? An analysis and evaluation of the discussion in the ball-point case from the perspective of a rational discussion
Finocchiaro, M.A. – A critique of the dialectical approach: part II
Fiordo, R. – Truth and Justice In Mass Media Reporting and Commentary: Serving More Than One Master In American Adversarial Contexts
Fopma, M. – Standpoints in literary reviews
Freeman, J.B. – Argument Structure and Disciplinary Perspective
Fulmer, C.L. – Critical Thinking: Assessment, Flow Charts and Computers
Fusfield, W.D. – “Scorching Irony, Not Convincing Argument, is Needed”: Frederick Douglass on Some Rhetorical Limitations of Argumentation
Gabbay, D.M. & Woods, J. – Ad Baculum is not a Fallacy!
Garssen, B. – The nature of symptomatic argumentation
Gerritsen, S. – The history of the enthymeme
Gilbert, M.A. – Language, words and expressive speech acts
Girle, R.A. – Dialethic dialogue
Goloubev, V. – Looking at Argumentation through Communicative Intentions: Ways to Define Fallacies
Gonda, J. – How Rhetoric Became A Science
Goodnight, G.Th. & Hingstman, D.B. – Root metaphors and critical inquiry into social controversies: Redeeming Stephen Pepper in and for the study of argument
Goodwin, J. – Good argumentation without resolution
Govier, T. – Argument, Adversariality, and Controversy
Graham, K. – Normative argumentation in a pluralist world
Gratton, C. – Viciousness and Actual Infinity in Aristotle’s Infinite Regress Arguments
Grennan, W. – The Role Of Arguer Credibility In Argument Evaluation
Groarke, L. – The Pragma-Dialectics of Visual Argument
Gronbeck, B.E. – A General Theory of Public Argumentation: Death and Re-birth?
Grootendorst, R. – Innocence by dissociation. A pragma-dialectical analysis of the fallacy of incorrect dissociation in the Vatican document ‘We remember: A reflection on the Shoah’
Haaften, T. van – Definitions in legal discussions
Hage, J. – Constitutive rules and rules of inference
Hample, D. – Pragma-Dialectical Analysis of the Inquisition
Hample, D. & Benoit, P.J. – Must Arguments be Explicit and Violent? A Study of Naïve Social Actors’ Understandings
Hansen, H.V. – Argumental deduction: A programme for informal logic
Hazen, M.D. & Lenzmeier, S. – Methods for Arguer Reconstruction of Arguments
Heberle, V.M. – Two kinds of argument in editorials of women’s magazines
Heeney, T. – Visualizing Recognition
Herbeck, D.A. – ‘Three Strikes’ and ‘Hail Mary’ Passes: Sports Metaphors in Public Argument
Hicks, D. – Public Reason and the Political Character of Reasonableness
Hitchcock, D. – Probabilification
Hoaglund, J. – Informal Logic: The Two Schools
Hoeken, H. – The perceived and actual persuasiveness of different types of inductive arguments
Hohmann, H. – Legal rhetoric and dialectic in the renaissance: Topica Legalia and Status Legales
Hollihan, Th.A., Klumpp, J.F. and Riley, P. – Public Argument in the Post-Mass Media Age
Hoppin, S. – The Changing Ethos of Physicians and Implications for Their Ability to Persuade
Horn, R.E. – Using Argumentation Analysis to Examine History and Status of a Major Debate in Artificial Intelligence and Philosophy
Horwitz, L.D. – ‘Blocking the Enthymeme’ Does it Unblock Identity Problems in Argumentation
Ilie, C. and Hellspong, L. – Arguing from Clichés: Communication and Miscommunication
Jackson, S. – The Importance of Being Argumentative: Designing Disagreement into Teaching/Learning Dialogues
Jacobs, S. – Argumentation as Normative Pragmatics
Janas, M.J. – 30,000 Feet Over the Smithsonian: Authenticity and Vicarious Collective Memory
Johnson, R.H. – The problem of truth for theories of argument
Jones, C. – Democratic Justice, Argumentative Dialogue, and Political Legitimacy
Jørgensen, C. and Kock, C. – The rhetorical audience in public debate and the strategies of vote-gathering and vote-shifting
Kane, Th. – Public Argument and Civil Society: The Cold War Legacy as a Barrier to Deliberative Politics
Kaptein, H.- Abductive Limits to Artificial Intelligence in Adjudication Pervasive problems of analogy, e contrario and circumstantial evidence
Kasle, S. – Promoting Interscholastic Debate Among Tallahassee Secondary Schools
Kauffeld, F.J. – The Good Case for Practical Propositions: Limits of the Arguer’s Obligation to Respond to Objections
Kienpointner, M. – Figures of Speech: Definition, Description and Critical Evaluation
Kjeldsen, J.E. – Visual Rhetoric – From Elocutio To Inventio
Kloosterhuis, H. – Final but not infallible. Two dimensions of judicial decisions
Krabbe, E.C.W. – The Dialectic of Quasi-Logical Arguments
Kruse, J. – Fantasy themes and rhetorical visions in the ‘BRENT SPAR’ crisis: an analysis of articles appearing in German and French newspapers
Laar, J.A. van – The use of ambiguous expressions in discussions
Lakatos, L. – Giving Reasons in Intricate Cases: An Empirical Study in the Sociology of Argumentation
Langsdorf, L. – The Tacit Dimension in Argumentation
Lapintie, K. – The Concept of Resolving Differences of Opinion and its Practical Implications in Planning Theory
Latonero, M. – Shifting legitimation strategies in the public sphere: The case of the National Endowment for the Arts
Leff, M. – Rhetorical Prolepsis and the Dialectical Tier of Argumentation
Levi, D.S. – Teaching Logic: How to Overcome the Limitations of the Classroom
Liu, Y. – From Arguing within to Arguing across Boundaries: Globalization as a Challenge to Argumentation Studies
Lodder, A.R. – Dialogical argumentation: statement-based, argument-based and mixed models
López, C. – The Argumentative Analysis Of Literary Works And Its Importance In Teaching Argumentation
Lueken, G.-L. – How (not) to argue with ‘fundamentalists’. On the problem of arguing without a shared basis
Lumer, C. – Reductionism in Fallacy Theory
Maier, R. – Argumentation and public debate
Makau, J.M. – The Case for Cooperative Argumentation
Marttunen, M. and Laurinen, L. – Learning Of Argumentation In Face-To-Face And E-Mail Environments
Mendelson, M. – Quintilian and the Pedagogy of Argument
Mendenhall, V. – Pretending and Port-Royal Logic (Bad Reasoning and Pretend Reasoning)
Mengel, P. – The Concept Of Argumentation In Peter Singer’s ‘Practical Ethics’
Meurer, J.L. – You Think, I Know: Argumentation in Self-help Counseling
Miller, G.R. and Bunch, D. – Science and Rationalism in Warranting Assent: Examination of Congressional Environmental Arguments
Miller, M.K. – Denying the Argument of Indifference: Reclaiming the Possi- bility of Intimacy in Discourse
Mischo, Ch., Flender, J., Christmann, U. and Groeben, N. – Argumentational integrity: a training program for dealing with unfair argumentational contributions
Nardone, H. and Bassham, G. – Emotional Appeals in the Film ‘12 Angry Men’
Nemo, F. – Making a difference or not: utterances and argumentation
Newman, R.P. – The Most Powerful Engine of Cold War Argument: The Munich Analogy
Norman, A.P. – The Normative Structure of Adjudicative Dialogue
Nyan, T. – Simplement, as a metalinguistic operator
O’Keefe, D.J. – Argumentation Explicitness and Persuasive Effect: A Meta-Analytic Review of the Effects of Citing Information Sources in Persuasive Messages
Oling, E. – The Cake or the Bakery? The conceptual structure of debates between ‘revolutionaries’ and ‘reformists’
Oostdam, R. and Glopper, K. de – Students’ Skill In Judging Argument Validity
Palczewski, C.H. – Neutrality as Advocacy: The Argumentative Dynamics in a State-sponsored, ‘Neutral’, Educational Abortion Video
Plantin, C. – Arguing emotions
Plug, J. – Evaluating tests for reconstructing the structure of legal argumentation
Plumer, G. – Phenomenological Argumentative Structure
Polcar, L. and Jacobs, S. – Evasion in Question-Answer Argumentation: An Empirical Extension
Powers, L.H. – Dividing by Zero – and other mathematical fallacies
Putnam, C.E. – Arguing About Dying
Quignard, M. and Baker, M. – Conditions for Spontaneous Production of Computer-Mediated Argumentative Dialogues between Learners
Radev, S. – Judges in Argumentation Games
Raukas, M. – Arguments from Perfections
Raymond, G.A. – Duties Beyond Borders? Appeals To Moral Necessity In Statecraft
Reed, C. – Is it a Monologue, a Dialogue or a turn in a Dialogue?
Reed, C. and Daskalopulu, A. – Modelling Contractual Arguments
Rees, M.A. van – The diagnostic power of the stages of critical discussion in the analysis and evaluation of problemsolving discussions
Reygadas, P. – Legitimacy And Seduction Of War: the Declaración de la Selva Lacandona, Chiapas 1994
Ritola, J. – Wilson on Circular Arguments
Rühl, M. – Emergent vs. Dogmatic Argumentation; towards a theory of the argumentative process
Sandvik, M. – Criteria for winning and losing a political debate
Santos, C.M.M. – Evaluating ‘Pros’ and ‘Cons’: More or Less Polarised Opinions?
Schutte, P.J. – The strategies and tactics used by F.W. de Klerk and Nelson Mandela in the televised debate before South Africa’s first democratic election
Schwed, M.- What makes the Reductio ad Absurdum an important tool for rationality?
Sillince, J.A.A. – The Institutionalisation Of Argumentation Within Organisational Settings
Simons, H.W. – Problematizing Standards Of Argumentation To Students
Slade, C. – Reasons to buy: Teaching reasoning through television
Slob, W.H. – What makes an argument a good one? Reasonableness rather than rationality
Snoeck Henkemans, A.F. – Argument or explanation? Propositional relations as clues for distinguishing arguments from explanations
Spranz-Fogasy, Th. – Interactional Resources of Argumentation
Starmans, R. – Validity of distributed inference; towards a formal specification of validity criteria in argumentative models
Strikwerda, R.A. – Falsification and Fieldwork in Recent American Anthropology: Argument Before and After the Mead/Freeman Controversy
Suzuki, T. – Rhetoric as ideological pronouncement: An analysis of the cardinal principles of the national entity of Japan
Tarnay, L. – On the Fallacy of Fallacy: Arguing for methodological difference: producing vs processing
Tchouechov, V. – Totalitarian argumentation: theory and practice
Tindale, C.W. – Arguing for Bakhtin
Torck, D. – Partial quotes in headlines and subheads in Le Monde. An exploration in polyphonic journalistic writing and opinion forming
Tracy, K. – The Usefulness of Platitudes in Arguments about Conduct
Tretyakova, T.P. – Sustainable development: new paradigms in discourse linguistics
Uijttewaal, T. – Quotations as arguments in literary reviews
Vassiliev, L.G. – Rational Comprehension of Argumentative Texts
Vedder, I. – Linguistic and pragma-rhetorical characteristics of argumentative discourse in L2 and L1
Verheij, B. – Argument mediation for lawyers: the presentation of arguments
Vermaak, M. – On Conversational Constraint
Vicuña, A.M. – The Improvement Of Teacher Training In Philosophy For Children Through The Pragma Dialectic Approach
Vilanova Arias, J. – Conditional Reasoning
Volquardsen, B. – Do Advertisers Argue in their Campains?
Voss, J.F. – The Narrative as an Argument Component
Vuijk, W. – Cultural reflections in argumentation: an analysis of survey interviews
Walton, D. – The Identity Crisis of Informal Logic
Wander, Ph.C. and Lorimer, M. – The Guggenheim: A Rhetorical Turn in Architecture
Weger Jr., H. – The effects of dialectical fallacies in interpersonal and small group discussions: Empirical evidence for the pragma-dialectical approach
Weinstein, M. – Truth and Argument
Williams, D.C. – Encompassing And Enacting Dialectic: Kenneth Burke’s Theory Of Dramatism
Wolski, S.L. and Jacobs, S. – Presumptive Reasoning and the Pragmatics of Assent: The Case of Argument Ad Ignorantiam
Woods, J. – Slippery Slopes. Slope: The reciprocal of a node on a curve or surface
Wreen, M.J. – A Few Remarks on the Individuation of Arguments
Wright, M.H. – Greek Mythic Conceptions of Persuasion
Yano, Y. – The Irony of ‘Debate’: A Sociological Analysis on the Introduction of ‘Debate’ Education in Japan
Yaskevitch, Y. – On The Role Of Ethical And Axiological Arguments In The Modern Science
Young, M.J. and Launer, M.K. – The Final Days: The Development of Argumentative Discourse in the Soviet Union
Zagar, I.Z. – From Topos To Locus To Topos: Between Aristotle And Ducrot
Ziegelmueller, G. and Parson, D.W. Linguistically Sound Arguments