Argument Schemes Typologies in Practice: The Case of Comparative Arguments

  • Marianne Doury
Part of the Argumentation Library book series (ARGA, volume 14)

Most studies dealing with analogy or comparison emphasize the pervasive character of the discursive processes they refer to, and regret the lack of any satisfactory theoretical account for them. The present paper tries to take a more positive stance: it starts from the many insightful essays on comparative arguments and proposes to make them enter into dialogue with actual argumentative practices.

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Europe Coherence Metaphor Folk Vale 

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