The Agentive Approach to Argumentation: A Proposal

@inproceedings{Nio2015TheAA,
  title={The Agentive Approach to Argumentation: A Proposal},
  author={Douglas Ni{\~n}o and Danny Marrero},
  year={2015}
}
The main goal of this paper is to outline an agent-centered theory of argumentation. Our working hypothesis is that the aim of argumentation depends upon the agenda agents are disposed to close or advance. The novelty of this idea is that our theory, unlike the main accounts of argumentation (i.e., rhetorical, dialogical and epistemological theories of argumentation), does not establish an a priori function that agents are expected to achieve when arguing. Instead, we believe that the aims of… Expand
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