Introduction for a Special Volume of Argumentation on Presumptions, Presumptive Inferences and Burdens of Proof

Argumentation 31 (3):463-467 (2017)
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From 26th to 28th of April 2016, it took place in the University of Granada a conference on presumptions, presumptive inferences and burdens of proof that, joint with other ongoing initiatives, has contributed to renew the interest of the argumentation community in analysing these notions and the relationships between them. This special volume of Argumentation consists of a selection of papers presented at this conference.

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Cristina Corredor
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