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Sound Arguments: An Introduction To Auditory Argument / Groarke, Leo ; Kišiček, Gabrijela.

By: Groarke, Leo.
Contributor(s): Kišiček, Gabrijela [aut].
Material type: ArticleArticleDescription: 177-199 str.Subject(s): argumentation, auditory arguments, multimodal argumentation, prosody In: Argumentation and Inference str. 177-199Oswald, Steve ; Maillat, Didier Summary: Traditionally, logic defines a sound argument as a (deductively) valid argument with true premises. We discuss sound inferences of a different sort, i.e. inferences based, not on the meaning of words or sentences, but on non-verbal sounds. The study of visual argument and multimodality is pushing argumentation theory in a broader direction. We push in the same direction by offering an account of inferences which are based on sounds other than words.
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Traditionally, logic defines a sound argument as a (deductively) valid argument with true premises. We discuss sound inferences of a different sort, i.e. inferences based, not on the meaning of words or sentences, but on non-verbal sounds. The study of visual argument and multimodality is pushing argumentation theory in a broader direction. We push in the same direction by offering an account of inferences which are based on sounds other than words.

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