Types of Dialogue , Dialectical Shifts and Fallacies *

@inproceedings{Eemeren2003TypesOD,
  title={Types of Dialogue , Dialectical Shifts and Fallacies *},
  author={Frans H. van Eemeren and Rob Grootendorst and J. Anthony Blair and Am{\'e}lie Charles and Willard},
  year={2003}
}
The critical discussion is clearly a major context of dialogue to use as a normative model in evaluating arguments as fallacious or not.1 However, this paper will study other types of dialogue that cluster around the edges of the critical discussion. It is a thesis of this paper that these peripheral models of dialogue are needed to support evaluations of arguments as fallacious or nonfallacious. A second thesis is that dialectical shifts, changes from one context of dialogue to another, are… CONTINUE READING