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Interpreting Arguments

  title={Interpreting Arguments},
  author={C. Lumer and F. H. Eemeren and J. A. Blair and C. Willard and A. Snoeck},
The aim of this paper is to develop and justify a specific methodology of interpreting arguments for judging their argumentative validity and adequacy, i.e. the aim is to provide a useful tool which may be used for a specific purpose. This does not exclude that there are or may be other useful methodologies for interpreting arguments which could serve for different purposes. The methodology exposed in the paper will not only be theoretically justified but also specified up to detailed rules… Expand
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