Manifestly adequate premises

Posted on 13 July 12


Goodwin, Jean. “Manifestly Adequate Premises.” In In Informal Logic @ 25, edited by J. Anthony Blair, Daniel Farr, Hans V. Hansen, Ralph H. Johnson and Christopher W. Tindale. Windsor, ONT: Ontario Society for the Study of Argumentation, 2003.

What practical means do arguers who have little motivation to cooperate with each other nevertheless manage to force each other to make some propositions the unchallenged starting points or premises of arguments?

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