Why I still do not know what a "real" argument is
In his recent paper, “What a Real Argument is” Ben Hamby attempts to provide an adequate theoretical account of what a “real” argument is. I argue that if the definition picks out a stable class of arguments, such a class is either not theoretically relevant or is not capturing the class of arguments that Hamby intends.
Copyright © 2013, Ontario Society for the Study of Argumentation. This article first appeared in Proceedings of the 10th OSSA Conference: Virtues of Argumentation (2013).
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Goddu, G. C. "Why I still do not know what a "real" argument is." Proceedings of the 10th OSSA Conference: Virtues of Argumentation, University of Windsor. May 22, 2013. http://scholar.uwin dsor.ca/ossaarchive/OSSA10/papersandcommentaries/56/