The Epistemological Theory of Argument--How and Why?

@article{Lumer2005TheET,
  title={The Epistemological Theory of Argument--How and Why?},
  author={C. Lumer},
  journal={Informal Logic},
  year={2005},
  volume={25},
  pages={213-242}
}
  • C. Lumer
  • Published 2005
  • Sociology
  • Informal Logic
The article outlines a general epistemological theory of argument: a theory that regards providingjustified belief as the principal aim of argumentation, and defends it instrumentalistically. After introducing some central terms of such a theory (2), answers to its central questions are proposed: the primary object and structure of the theory (3), the function of arguments, which is to lead to justified belief (4), the way such arguments function, which is to guide the addressee's cognizing (5… Expand
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