Natural Normativity: Argumentation Theory as an Engaged Discipline

Informal Logic 27 (2):149-161 (2007)
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Abstract

Natural normativity describes the means whereby social and cultural controls are placed on argumentative behaviour. The three main components of this are Goals, Context, and Ethos, which combine to form a dynamic and situational framework. Natural normativity is explained in light of Pragma-dialectics, Informal Logic, and Rhetoric. Finally, the theory is applied to the Biro-Siegel challenge

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Michael A. Gilbert
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