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2008
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Readings on Argumentation

Angela J. Aguayo
Eastern Illinois University

Timothy R. Steffensmeier
Kansas State University

CONTENTS

Preface

Introduction

PART I: THE REALM OF ARGUMENTATION

Chapter 1: Perspectives

Wayne Brockriede, "Where is Argument?" (1975)

Frans H. Van Eemeren and Peter Houtlosser, "The Development of the Pragma-Dialectical Approach to Argumentation" (2003) 

Ralph H. Johnson and J. Anthony Blair, "Informal Logic: An Overview" (2000)

David A. Frank, "Argumentation Studies in the Wake of The New Rhetoric" (2004) 

David Zarefsky, "Persistent Questions in the Theory of Argument Fields" (1982)

Chapter 2: Definitions 

Daniel J. O'Keefe, "Two Concepts of Argument" (1977)

Robert C. Rowland, "On Defining Argument" (1987)

Christopher W. Tindale, "A Concept Divided: Ralph Johnson's Definition of Argument" (2002)

Chapter 3: Structures and Schemes

Wayne Brockriede and Douglas Ehninger, "Toulmin on Argument: An Interpretation and Application" (1960) 

Barbara Warnick and Susan L. Kline, "The New Rhetoric's Argument Schemes: A Rhetorical View of Practical Reasoning" (1992) 

J. Anthony Blair, "Walton's Argumentation Schemes for Presumptive Reasoning: A Critique and Development" (2001) 

PART II: JUDGING AND EVALUATING ARGUMENTS

Chapter 4: Validity

Douglas Ehninger, "Validity as Moral Obligation" (1968) 

Thomas B. Farrell, "Validity and Rationality: The Rhetorical Constituents of Argumentative Form" (1977) 

James Crosswhite,"Universality in Rhetoric: Perelman's Universal Audience" (1989) 

Douglas N. Walton, "Bias, Critical Doubt, and Fallacies" (1991)

Chapter 5: Normativity 

Wouter H. Slob, "How to Distinguish Good and Bad Arguments: Dialogico-Rhetorical Normativity" (2002)

Deborah Orr, "Just the Facts Ma'am: Informal Logic, Gender and Pedagogy" (1989) 

Yameng Liu, "Justifying My Position in Your Terms: Cross-Cultural Argumentation in a Globalized World" (1999) 

Harvey Siegel, "Argument Quality and Cultural Difference" (1999) 

PART III: SPHERES AND USES OF ARGUMENT

Chapter 6: Public Sphere and Democracy 

G. Thomas Goodnight, "The Personal, Technical, and Public Spheres of Argument: A Speculative Inquiry into the Art of Public Deliberation." (1982)

Charles Arthur Willard, "The Creation of Publics: Notes on Goodnight's Historical Relativity." (1989) 

Robert Asen, "Toward a Normative Conception of Difference in Public Deliberation" (1999) 

Erik W. Doxtader, "The Entwinement of Argument and Rhetoric: A Dialectical Reading of Habermas' Theory of Communicative Action" (1991)

Darrin Hicks and Lenore Langsdorf, "Regulating Disagreement, Constituting Participants: A Critique of Proceduralist Theories of Democracy" (1999)

Chapter 7: Places and Uses 

Ronald Walter Greene, "Social Argumentation and the Aporias of State Formation: The Palestinian Declaration of Independence." (1993) 

David S. Birdsell and Leo Groarke, "Toward a Theory of Visual Argument." (1996) 

Catherine Palczewski, "The Male Madonna and the Feminine Uncle Sam: Visual Argument, Icons, and Ideographs in 1909 Anti-Woman Suffrage Postcards" (2005) 

Kevin Michael DeLuca, "Unruly Arguments: The Body Rhetoric of Earth First!, Act Up, and Queer Nation" (1999) 

David Fleming, "The Space of Argumentation: Urban Design, Civic Discourse, and the Dream of the Good City" (1998) 

S. J. Balter, "The Search for Grounds in Legal Argumentation: A Rhetorical Analysis of Texas v. Johnson" (2001) 

Selected Readings

Index 

Copyright (c) Angela J. Aguayo and Timothy R. Steffensmeier.

 

 

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