Argumentation 17 (4):387-403 (2003)

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This paper describes the development of pragma-dialectics as a theory of argumentative discourse. First the development of the pragma-dialectical model of a critical discussion is explained, with the rules that are to be complied with in order to avoid fallacies from occurring. Then the integration is discussed of rhetorical insight in the dialectical framework. In this endeavour, the concept of strategic manoeuvring is explained that allows for a more refined and more profoundly justified analysis of argumentative discourse and a better identification of fallacies. The paper ends with a brief overview of current research projects
Keywords argumentation  discourse analysis  fallacies  (pragma-)dialectics  rhetoric  speech act  strategic manoeuvring
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DOI 10.1023/A:1026338402751
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