2 Matching Annotations
- Apr 2023
Clearly this type of reasoning has an argumentation scheme. One premisedefines or describes a goal. The other premise describes a means of achieving thegoal. The conclusion directs the agent towards action to carry out the means.6But this type of reasoning is so common and distinctive, having manyvariants and subspecies of argumentation, that it is misleading to call it anargumentation scheme. Better to call it a type of reasoning that can be used inargumentation in different types of dialogue (as in Walton, What Reas., 1990).
- Agential Network
- Case and Inferential Qualifications
- Conclusions and Goal Relations
- Normative Framework
- Aug 2020
Ecker, Ullrich, Brandon Sze, and Matthew Andreotta. ‘No Effect of Partisan Worldview on Corrections of Political Misinformation’, 20 August 2020. https://doi.org/10.31234/osf.io/bszm4.
- world-view driven motivated reasoning
- political misinformation
- inferential reasoning
- worldview effects
- partisan worldview