Procedural arguments

A.R. Lodder

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Abstract

Although many authors claim that argumentation is a process, in most models the procedural side of argumentation is restricted to the definition of a procedural framework that is able to compare arguments. The process of building arguments is neglected, while attack of arguments is restricted. In procedural models elements of the language with a special structure are called arguments, in this paper structural arguments. Besides analyzing structural arguments how they can be attacked, justified, built, and whether they necessarily have underlying rules, the phenomenon of procedural arguments is introduced. A. Oskamp et al. eds., Legal Knowledge Based Systems, JURIX The tenth conference, JURIX 97, GNI, Nijmegen
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationJURIX The tenth conference, JURIX 97
EditorsA. Oskamp
Place of PublicationNijmegen
PublisherGNI
Pages21-32
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 1997
Externally publishedYes

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Lodder, A. R. (1997). Procedural arguments. In A. Oskamp (Ed.), JURIX The tenth conference, JURIX 97 (pp. 21-32). GNI.