Cogency and the Validation of Induction

Argumentation 18 (1):25-41 (2004)
I.T. Oakley claims that the cogency of invalid, but cogent, arguments is context independent. Robert Pargetter and John Bigelow claim that the apparent cogency of any cogent, but invalid, argument is to be explained by the existence of a corresponding valid argument. I argue that both claims are incorrect and provide my own account of the cogency of arguments
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DOI 10.1023/B:ARGU.0000014869.24575.5b
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