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  1. Emergencia del institucionalismo en la teoría argumental.María G. Navarro - 2020 - Azafea: Revista de Filosofia 22 (1):167-192.
    One of the challenges related to the discursive practices of argumentative agents is to get to know if those interactions have an institutional effect. In this article, it is argued that in the new institutionalism, theoretical approaches and deterministic analysis are outlined to investigate argumentative practices that take place in processes of legitimation and recognition. Here a double socio-institutional and discursive or constructivist approach to the argumentation theory is defended, and it is argued that this perspective could be extended to (...)
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  2. A Modest Attempt to Rehabilitate the Fact-Based View. [REVIEW]Alexander F. Sarch - 2017 - Jurisprudence 8 (1):177-183.
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  3. Understanding Blended Multi-Source Arguments as Arguments From Partial Analogies.Marcello Guarini - 2010 - Ratio Juris 23 (1):65-100.
    This paper identifies a type of multi-source (case-based) reasoning and differentiates it from other types of analogical reasoning. Work in cognitive science on mental space mapping or conceptual blending is used to better understand this type of reasoning. The type of argument featured herein will be shown to be a kind of source-blended argument. While it possesses some similarities to traditionally conceived analogical arguments, there are important differences as well. The triple contract (a key development in the usury debates of (...)
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  4. Anecdotal, Statistical, and Causal Evidence: Their Perceived and Actual Persuasiveness.Hans Hoeken - 2001 - Argumentation 15 (4):425-437.
    Claims about the occurrence of future events play an important role in pragmatic argumentation. Such claims can be supported by inductive arguments employing anecdotal, statistical, or causal evidence. In an experiment, the actual and perceived persuasiveness of these three types of evidence were assessed. A total of 324 participants read a newspaper article in which it was claimed that the building of a cultural centre would be profitable. This claim was supported by either anecdotal, statistical or causal evidence. The statistical (...)
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  5. On the Logic of Deontic Conditionals.Andrew J. I. Jones - 1991 - Ratio Juris 4 (3):355-366.