ISSA Proceedings 2002 – Table of Contents

Table of Contents ISSA Proceedings 2002 – work in progress

Frans H. van Eemeren, J. Anthony Blair, Charles A. Willard (eds.) – Preface
Alan W. Aldrich – Considering Culture In The Analysis Of Arguments
R. P. Alford – Leff’s Account Of The Aristotelian Roots Of The Boethian Theory Of Dialectical Reasoning: A Contemporary Reconsideration
Ruth Amossy – The Argumentative Dimension Of Discourse
Richard Andrews – Argumentation In Education: Issues Arising From Undergraduate Students’ Work
Constantin Antonopoulos – On The Use And Misuse Of Analyticity In Arguments
Satoru Aonuma – The Constitution, Critical Rhetoric, And Public Argument: The Case Of Democratic Japan
Peter D. Asquith – Cases – Their Role In Informal Logic
Albert Atkin & John E. Richardson – Constructing The (Imagined) Antagonist In Advertising Argumentation
Txetxu Ausín & Lorenzo Peña – Arguing From Facts To Duties (And Conversely)
Kevin T. Baaske & Patricia Riley – In Defense Of The Realm: Administrative Responses To Anti-Globalization Argumentation
Michael Baker, Matthieu Quignard, Kristine Lund – UMR 5612 GRIC, Groupe de Recherches sur les Interactions Communicatives, Équipe Interaction & Cognition, C.N.R.S. & Université Lumière Lyon 2 & Marije van Amelsvoort – Department of Educational Sciences, Utrecht University – Designing – A Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning Situation For Broadening And Deepening Understanding Of The Space Of Debate
Susan Balter-Reitz – She Blinded Me With Science: Material Argument In The Indianapolis Children’s Museum
Gregory Bassham  – Linked And Independent Premises: A New Analysis
Shawn Batt – The National Education Reform Debate And The Rhetoric Of The Contrarians
Sandra Bégoin-Augereau & Josiane Caron-Pargue  – Linguistic Criteria For Demarcation And Hierarchical Organization Of Episodes In A Problem Solving Task
Hilde van Belle – Two Ways Of Analysing A ‘Light Mix’ Newspaper Article
Keith Berry –  Cut-Ups, Slams And Jabs: Verbal Aggressiveness Or Politeness?
Stefano Bertea – Legal Argumentation Theory And The Concept Of Law
Barbara A. Biesecker – Technologies Of Truth And National Trauma:  Revisiting The Enola Gay Controversy
Frans A.J. Birrer – Expert Advice And Discourse Coupling: Context-Dependent Valdation Of Model-Based Reasoning
V. William Balthrop & Carole Blair – – Discursive Collisions: A Reading Of  “Ellen’s Energy Adventure”
J. Anthony Blair – The Relationships Among Logic, Dialectic And Rhetoric
George Boger – Formal Logic’s Contribution To The Study Of Fallacies
Lilit Brutian – On The Pragmatics Of Argumentative Discourse
Andrew J. Burgess – Religious Argument As Enthymeme: Aristotle, Paul, And Anselm
Ann E. Burnette & Wayne L. Kraemer – Making The Case For War: Bush’s Rhetorical Validation Of America’s Action

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Jesús Cala Carrillo & Manuel L. de la Mata Benítez – School Experience, Modes Of Discourse And Argumentation: A Comparative Study Of Women And Men
Ines Calvo De Miguel – Some Remarks On Wittgenstein’s Ideas About Ethics
Jean Caron & Josiane Caron-Pargue – A multidimensional analysis of French modal verbs pouvoir, devoir and falloir
Adelino Cattani – Co-operational and conflictual models of discussion
Annalisa Cattani – Argumentative mechanisms in advertising
David S. Chimovitz – The play of presumption: A Derridian examination of Whately’s concept of presumption
Evi Chryssafidou & Mike Sharples – Computer-supported planning of essay argument structure
Jeanne E. Clark – William Wilberforce and the abortion controversy
Daniel H. Cohen – Logical Fallacies, Dialectical Transgressions, Rhetorical Sins, And Other Failures Of Rationality In Argumentation1
Catherine Ann Collins – World Environment Day 2000: Arguing for environmental action
Robert T. Craig & Karen Tracy – ‘The issue’ in argumentation practice and theory
David Cram Helwich – Menace or deterrent? The post-Cold War debate concerning American nuclear alert status
Peter Cramer – Public sphere: The problem of access and the problem of quality
Kevin Cummings – Spectacle and trauma: An analysis of the media coverage of the Oklahoma City Bombing
Emmanuelle Danblon – Perelman’s universal audience: Between norms and facts
Joseph Dichy – Kinâya, a tropic device from medieval Arabic rhetoric, and its impact on discourse theory
Antoni Diller – Retransmittability and empirical propositions
Dinev, Valeri – God. Man, Universe
Inga B. Dolinina – Communicative components of imperatives as speech acts
Marianne Doury –  The accusation of amalgame as a meta-argumentative refutation

E. F. Dyck – Topos in rhetorical argumentation: From enthymeme to figure
Renske van Dijk, Lettica Hustinx & Hans Hoeken – A normative and empirical approach to Petty and Cacioppo’s ‘strong’ and ‘weak’ arguments
Libby Eddleman Spears & Millie Crews – Mobile argument: An investigation of bumper stickers in the United States
Frans H. van Eemeren, Bart Garssen & Bert Meuffels – The conventional validity of the pragma-dialectical freedom rule
Frans H. van Eemeren, Bart Garssen & Bert Meuffels – I don’t have anything to prove here. The (un)reasonableness of evading the burden of proof
Frans H. van Eemeren & Peter Houtlosser – A pragmatic view of the burden of proof
Frans H. van Eemeren & Peter Houtlosser – Fallacies as derailments of strategic maneuvering: The argumentum ad verecundiam, a case in point
Danielle Endres – Responding to multiculturalism in the real world: Re-envisioning argumentation pedagogy to include culturally diverse methods of argumentation
Tom Farrell & Mark Lawrence McPhail – Reparations or separation? The rhetoric of racism in black and white
Eveline T. Feteris – The rational reconstruction of pragmatic argumentation in a legal context: The analysis and evaluation of teleological argumentation
Cara A. Finnegan – Image vernaculars: Photography, anxiety and public argument
Walter R. Fisher – Reconfiguring Practical Wisdom
David Frank & Michelle Bolduc – Beyond amnesia and critical thinking: Forensics and argument pedagogy
James B. Freeman – The pragmatic dimension of premise acceptability
Richard Friemann – Intractable quarrels
C. Lynne Fulmer – The Puzzle Method of Teaching Arguments (pmta)
Gilbert Fulmer – The genealogy of argumentation
Jonas Gabrielsen – Is there a topical dimension to the rhetorical example?
Eric M. Gander – Adapted arguments: Logic and rhetoric in the age of genes and hardwired brains
Josué García Amián, José A. Sánchez Medina & Beatriz Macías Gómez-Estern – Identity as action. Methodological implications for the study of cultural identity from a historical-cultural approach
Michael A. Gilbert – Let’s talk: Emotion and the pragma-dialectic model
David M. Godden – On Toulmin’s fields and Wittgenstein’s later views on logic
G.C. Goddu – Context and argument evaluation
Maureen Daly Goggin – Arguing in ‘Pen of Steele and Silken Inke’: Theorizing a broader material base for argumentation
Peter N. Goggin – When governments collide: The rhetoric of competing national arguments and public space
Vadim Goloubev – The 2000 American presidential tv debates: Dialogue or fight?
G. Thomas Goodnight – The wiles of argument: Protodeliberation and heroic prudence in Homer’s Odyssey
Jean Goodwin – Designing premises
Claude Gratton – The dialogical and logical structure of a strategy to block certain vicious infinite regresses
Leo Groarke – Are musical arguments possible?
Bruce E. Gronbeck – Coductive and abductive foundations for sentimental arguments in politics
Kati Hannken-Illjes – The ‘argument of continuity’
Hans Vilhelm Hansen – The rabbit in the hat: Where do dialectical rules come from?
Dale Hample – Inventional capacity
Joy L. Hart, Shirley C. Willihnganz & Charles A. Willard – Improvisation in organizations: Rhetorical logic and rhetorical skill
Gerard A. Hauser – Aesthetic arguments and civil society
Brooks F. Haynie & Jean E. Kubeck – Argumentative traits in older adults: An exploratory study
Dale Herbeck – The athleticization of the political process: Sports metaphors and public argument
Tim Heysse – Consensus and power. The facts of democracy
Darrin Hicks – Reasonableness before rationality: The case of unreasonable searches and seizures
Mika Hietanen – Paul’s argumentation in Galatians 3.6–14
David Hitchcock – Toulmin’s warrants
John Hoaglund – Using argument types
Hans Hoeken & Lettica Hustinx – The relative persuasiveness of anecdotal, statistical, causal and expert evidence
David C. Hoffman – Reversing perceptions of probability through self-referential argument: Interpretation and analysis of Protagoras’ stronger/weaker fragment
Hanns Hohmann – Rhetoric, dialectic, and political persuasion in the case of John the Fearless, Duke of Burgundy (1408)
Thomas A. Hollihan, Patricia Riley & James F. Klumpp – Fundamentalism versus cosmopolitanism: Argument, cultural identity, and political violence in the global age
Stephanie L. Hood – Arguing for a cause: President Bush and the comic frame
Um Hoon – How could official speakers communicate reasonably with their king?
Jos Hornikx, Marianne Starren & Hans Hoeken – Cultural influence on the relative occurrence of evidence types
Lettica Hustinx – Different types of evidence and quality of argumentation in racist pamphlets
Thomas J. Hynes Jr. – Risk, vulnerability, and American public argument after September 11
Sally Jackson & Dale Brashers – Assessing the problem validity of argumentation templates: Statistical rules of thumb
Scott Jacobs – Two conceptions of openness in argumentation theory
Henrike Jansen – E contrario reasoning and its legal consequences
Ralph H. Johnson – The dialectical tier revisited
Charlotte Jørgensen – The Mytilene debate: A paradigm for deliberative rhetoric
Taeda Jovicic – Evaluation of argumentative strategies
Sine Just – Rhetorical criticism of the debate on the future of the European Union. Strategic options and foundational understandings
Esam N. Khalil – Arguing between the lines: Grounding structure in advertising Discourse
Hendrik Kaptein – Tu quoque? Fallacy and vindication in appeal to other people’s ‘wrongs’
Takayuki Kato – Postmodern memorializing and peace rhetoric: Case study of ‘the Cornerstone of Peace,’ memorial of the battle of Okinawa
Fred J. Kauffeld – The ordinary practice of presuming and presumption with special attention to veracity and the burden of proof
Manfred Kienpointner – Perelman on causal arguments: The argument of waste
Loel Kim – Mapping visual narrative as argument in interactive media
Marietjie de Klerk – The effects of different socio-economic factors, language environments and attitudes of first year natural resources students on their performance in a critical thinking appraisal
Christian Kock – Gravity too is relative: On the logic of deliberative debate
László I. Komlósi – The conceptual fabric of argumentation and blended mental spaces
Takuzo Konishi – Dissociation and its relation to the theory of argument
Erik C. W. Krabbe – Metadialogues
Manfred Kraus – Charles S. Peirce’s theory of abduction and the Aristotelian enthymeme from signs
Tone Kvernbekk – On the argumentative quality of explanatory narratives
Jan Albert van Laar – The use of dialogue profiles for the study of ambiguity
Lenore Langsdorf – How narrative argumentation works: An analysis of argumentation aimed at reconsidering goals
Michael Leff – Rhetoric and dialectic in Martin Luther King’s ‘Letter from Birmingham Jail’
Yameng Liu – Beyond wartime propaganda: Argumentation and hostilities in the age of information and democracy
Vincenzo Lo Cascio – On the relationship between argumentation and narration: A linguistic model
Elenore Long – Community literacy: Negotiating difference in contemporary public spheres
Fredrick J. Long – ‘We destroy arguments…’ (2 Corinthians 10:5): The Apostle Paul’s use of epicheirematic argumentation
Celso López & Ana Maria Vicuña – The interaction between critical discussion principles and the development of a pluralistic society
Geert-Lueke Lueken – Giving and asking for reasons: The impact of inferentialism on argumentation theory
Christoph Lumer – Interpreting arguments
Robert Maier – Arguing in organizations: The struggle concerning rules and meaning
Roseann M. Mandziuk – Arguments on display: Conceptualizing the museum as a discursive text
Miika Marttunen, Leena Laurinen, Marta Hunya & Lia Litosseliti – Argumentation skills of secondary school students in Finland, Hungary and the United Kingdom
Anna A. Maslennikova & Tatyana P. Tretyakova – The rhetorical shift in interviews: New features in Russian political discourse
Raymie E. McKerrow & Jeffrey St. John – Legitimizing public discourse: Civility as gatekeeper
Jane McLeod & Hans V. Hansen – Argument density and argument diversity in the licence applications of French provincial printers, 1669 – 1781
Michael Mendelson – A prologue to the pedagogy of judgment
Byeong-Gon Min – Pragmatic functions of Korean proverbs as topoi in critical discussion
Gordon R. Mitchell – American Itsesensuuri: A typology of self-censorship in the ‘War on Terror’
Junya Morooka – Bourdieuian Criticism Of The Narrative Paradigm: The Case Of Historical Texts
Miguel Mori – Evaluation of secondary students’ written argumentations. Problems and proposal of an evaluation procedure
Peeter Müürsepp – The need for a new rationality
Monique Myers & Doug Smith – Differential argument construction: Examination of attorney and pro se arguments in the restraining Order Courtroom
Henry Nardone – Thinking critically about media violence: Does media violence contribute to real-world violence?
T. Nyan – Argumentation, categorization and divergent thinking
Daniel J. O’Keefe – Persuasive success and normatively-desirable argumentative conduct: Is it (persuasively) bad to be (normatively) good?
Kenneth Olson & Gilbert Plumer – Reasoning in listening
Fred Opali – The significance of effective communication in critical thinking
Donn W. Parson & George Ziegelmueller – Linguistically sound arguments: Part II: Eloquence and argument
May Relaño Pastor & Beatriz Macías Goméz-Stern – Argumentation and self-representation in everyday narratives: The logo activity
Luis A. Pérez-Miranda – Strength and order in practical reasoning: Decision-guiding argumentation
Robert C. Pinto – Reasons
Christian Plantin – The situation of argumentation studies in France: A new legitimacy
Emily Plec – Whitey’s Olympics: The discourse of discrimination in international sport
H.J. Plug – Evaluating unclarity in judicial decisions: Violations of the usage rule in legal argumentation
Susan Popham – Using an Activity System Model for analyzing effective arguments
Henry Prakken – Logical dialectics: The missing link between deductivism and pragma-dialectics
Theodore O. Prosise – Arguing National Missile Defense: Evaluating the Bush Administration’s ‘New Framework’ for Nuclear Security
Matthieu Quignard – A collaborative model of argumentation in dyadic problem-solving interactions
Mart Raukas – The limits of intuitive argumentation: Thomas Aquinas on the communication between separated substances
Chris Reed & Douglas Walton – Diagramming, argumentation schemes and critical questions
M.A. van Rees  – Indicators of dissociation
Pedro Reygadas – A non-propositional approach to emotions in argument
J. Lynn Reynolds & Rodney A. Reynolds – Evidence in Interpersonal Influence
Eddo Rigotti & Andrea Rocci – From argument analysis to cultural keywords (and back again)
Andreea Deciu Ritivoi – Can testimonies constitute proof?
Juho Ritola – On reasonable question-begging arguments
Bertil Rolf & Charlotte Magnusson – Developing the art of argumentation. A software approach
Robert C. Rowland – Madison, Mill and the public sphere: A classically liberal approach to public deliberation
Timo Salminen, Miika Marttunen & Leena Laurinen – Grounding and counter-argumentation during face-to-face and synchronous network debates in secondary school
Clara Maria M. Santos, Magaly P. Mafaldo & Andrezza C. Marreiros – Dealing with alternative views: The case of the Big Bad Wolf and the Three Little Pigs
Janice Schuetz – Arguments of victims: A case study of the Timothy McVeigh trial
Menashe Schwed – ‘I see your point’ – On visual arguments
Zhang Shuxue – Argumentum ad hominem in a cross-cultural perspective
Harvey Siegel – Rationality and judgment
Anders Sigrell – Progymnasmata, pragmadialectics, and pedagogy
A. Francisca Snoeck Henkemans – Indicators of analogy argumentation
Jan Sobocan – Critical thinking: Two views
Sorin Stati – Discourse correspondence between argumentative and grammatical sequences
S. C. Stumpf  & J.T. McDonnell – Is there an argument for this audience?
K.E. Supriya – Argument as empire formation: The letters of Elihu Yale
Takeshi Suzuki – Bakhtin’s theory of argumentative performance: Critical thinking education in Japan
Stefano Tardini – Keywords as passwords to communities
László Tarnay – The conceptual basis of visual argumentation. A case for arguing in and through moving images
V. Tchouechov – Argument to death and death as an argument: Logic, rhetoric, dialectics, and economics
Christopher W. Tindale – Hearing is believing: A perspective-dependent account of the fallacies
Anne Marie Todd – Empowering activism: Hortatory arguments in on-line environmental networks
Patricia Varas, Catherine Ann Collins & David Douglass – Metaphor and argument in Ernesto Che Guevara’s ‘Socialism and the New Man in Cuba’
Lev G. Vassiliev – A semio-argumentative perspective on enthymeme reconstruction
Bart Verheij – Dialectical argumentation with argumentation schemes: Towards a methodology for the investigation of argumentation schemes
James F. Voss & Julie A. Van Dyke – Processing syllogisms and enthymemes in relation to their logical and pragmatic function
Ioanna Vovou – Discourse and emblematic figures of presenters in political debates on Greek television
Jean Wagemans – Conceptualizing fallacies: The informal logic and pragmadialectical approaches to the argumentum ad ignorantiam
Stephen J. Ward & Christopher Tindale – Rhetorical argumentation and the New Journalism: A case study
Harry Weger, Jr. & Mark Aakhus – A pragma-dialectical analysis of televised town hall meetings following the murder trial of O.J. Simpson: Competing demands and the structure of argumentation practices
Jack Russell Weinstein – Emotion, context and rhetoric: Adam Smith’s informal argumentation
Mark Weinstein – If at first you don’t succeed: Response to Johnson
Joseph W. Wenzel – Arguers’ obligations: Another perspective
David Cratis Williams & Catherine Palczewski – Vieques at the vortex: Identity arguments in crosscurrents of Puerto Rican and American nationalism
Carol Winkler – Perceived opposition as argument in formulating u.s. terrorism policy
Galia Yanoshevsky – Using one’s own words to argue in written interviews: Alain Robbe-Grillet and reported speech
Yadviha Yaskevich – Political risk and power in the modern world: Moral arguments and priorities
Igor Zagar – Argumentation’s black box?
David Zarefsky – Felicity conditions for the circumstantial ad hominem: The case of Bush v. Gore