Combining explanation and argumentation in dialogue

  title={Combining explanation and argumentation in dialogue},
  author={Floris Bex and Douglas Walton},
  journal={Argument & Computation},
Explanation and argumentation can be used together in such a way that evidence, in the form of arguments, is used to support explanations. In a hybrid system, the interlocking of argument and explanation compounds the problem of how to differentiate between them. The distinction is imperative if we want to avoid the mistake of treating something as fallacious while it is not. Furthermore, the two forms of reasoning may influence dialogue protocol and strategy. In this paper a basis for solving… CONTINUE READING

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