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Amidst overwhelming political tensions, John Marshall authored the opinion of the Court in the U.S. Supreme Court case of Marbury v. Madison (1803). This essay argues that Marshall's opinion overcame the partisan context through his use of prudential argumentation. An analysis of Marshall's...
Based on an examination of Josina Makau and Debian Marty's Cooperative Argumentation, and James Crosswhite's The Rhetoric of Reason, this essay identifies concepts and premises central to a dialogical argumentation theory and argues that that theory may be further developed by concepts and...
Comparatively few studies have looked at debates in other countries besides The United States. This study replicates past research using Functional Theory to analyze electoral debates from two countries with parliamentary systems, i.e., countries in which citizens cannot directly vote for their...
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