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This essay examines casuistry as it works in argumentative processes and effects. Instead of dismissing all casuistic practices as inherently evil, it is important to study casuistry's functioning for two reasons: casuistry is a necessary and inevitable feature of language and casuistry is...
This study examines how two major presidential contenders strategically developed their presidential images. The candidates' strategies are examined through the lens of a presidential candidate image prototype. Specifically, this study investigates whether, and how, gender shapes these...
This essay identifies inconsistencies in the manner in which argumentation textbooks teach reasoning by sign and argues that the field of argumentation misunderstands this important form of reasoning and argument. A consistent, comprehensive, and useful analysis of reasoning by sign has been...
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