How to argue with coherence

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Published 16-10-2020
José Ángel Gascón

Abstract

When disagreements arise about the quality of arguments, arguers frequently rely on coherence. Argumentative coherence is mainly manifested in accusations of incoherence and in the production of analogies. With the help of the elements of warrant and of rebuttals in Toulmin's model, it is possible to give a first analysis of this notion.

How to Cite

Gascón, J. Ángel. (2020). How to argue with coherence. THEORIA. An International Journal for Theory, History and Foundations of Science, 35(3), 327–344. https://doi.org/10.1387/theoria.20435
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Keywords

argumentation, analogies, informal logic, rebuttal, warrant.

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