An interpretive perspective on argumentation: A research editorial

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Abstract

  • An interpretive view of communication, with its philosophical assumptions about the nature of persons and the nature of communication, provides a perspective from which a variety of scholars study argumentation. In this essay, arguments supporting the value of the interpretive perspective are advanced, and criticisms of it are answered by show­ing how those criticisms are grounded in philosophical assumptions contrary to interpretive perspectives. © 1987 Taylor & Francis Group, LLC.
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  • Trapp R; Benoit PJ
  • Start Page

  • 417
  • End Page

  • 430
  • Volume

  • 51
  • Issue

  • 4