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Abstract In this paper I argue for a pro tanto moral duty to be charitable in argument. Further, I argue that the amount of charitable effort required varies depending on the type of dialogue arguers are engaged in. In non-institutionalized contexts, arguers have influence over the type of...
Abstract This study compares arguments made on the streets during First Amendment audits (FAAs)—YouTubers who purposefully record the police—to the arguments made in the courts over the right to record. After examining FAAs on YouTube (N = 120), the results reveal that the arguments made on the...
Abstract In this original research study, we examined how participating in debate is associated with communication competence (CC), communication apprehension (CA), and argumentativeness (ARG). A sample of participants (N = 201) from around the globe filled out an online survey where they...
Abstract The Supreme Court of the United States often finds itself at the center of political controversies due to the increased judicialization of value and policy matters. These controversies threaten the Court’s legitimacy, inducing the justices to defend their independence to perform the...
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