Document Type

Article

Publication Version

Published Version

Publication Date

2005

Journal or Book Title

Informal Logic

Volume

25

Issue

2

First Page

151

Last Page

165

Abstract

An outsider to argument theory, should she look through the rich outpouring of our recent work, might be amused to find us theorists not following our own prescriptions. We propound our ideas, but we don't always interact with each other--we don't argue. The essays by William Rehg and Robert Asen make promising start on rectifying this difficulty. I want to discuss them, first, to show how they acknowledge in exemplary fashion a pair of challenges I think we should all be addressing; and next to consider their specific responses.

Comments

This article is from Informal Logic 25 (2005): 151. Posted with permission.

Copyright Owner

Jean Goodwin

Language

en

File Format

application/pdf

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