Reference : Uncertainty in Argumentation Schemes: Negative Consequences and Basic Slippery Slope
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Uncertainty in Argumentation Schemes: Negative Consequences and Basic Slippery Slope
Liga, Davide mailto [University of Luxembourg > Faculty of Science, Technology and Medecine (FSTM) >]
Palmirani, Monica [> >]
Logic and Argumentation
Springer, Cham
[en] Argumentation schemes ; Uncertainty ; Argumentation
[en] This study is an approach to encompass uncertainty in the well-known Argumentation Scheme from Negative Consequences and in the more recent “Basic Slippery Slope Argument” proposed by Douglas Walton. This work envisages two new kinds of uncertainty that should be taken into account, one related to time and one related to the material relation between premises and conclusion. Furthermore, it is argued that some modifications to the structure of these Argumentation Schemes or to their Critical Questions could facilitate the process of Knowledge Extraction and modeling from these two argumentative patterns. For example, the study suggests to change the premises of the Basic Slippery Slope related to the Control and the Loss of Control.
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International Conference on Logic and Argumentation

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