Informal Logic 25 (2):139-150 (2005)

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John Anthony Blair
University of Windsor
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This paper is a commentary on the articles by William Rehg and Robert Asen in this issue of Informal Logic. It compares the subject matter of the two papers, offers an interpretation of and commentary on each paper separately, then discusses their overlapping problematic: the importance of public sphere argumentation
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