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ERIC Number: ED184160
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1979
Pages: 76
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[Special Issue: Critical Social Theory of Jurgen Habermas and Its Implications for Argumentation Theory and Practice].
Zarefsky, David, Ed.
Journal of the American Forensic Association, v16 n2 Fall 1979
This journal issue is devoted to the critical social theory of the German philosopher Jurgen Habermas and its implications for argumentation theory and practice. Topics discussed in the six articles are: the main themes of Habermas' research and their relevance to argumentation, Habermas and the dialectical perspective on argumentation, a contemporary linguistic interpretation of the concept of stasis, the contribution of Habermas to rhetorical validity, the rationality theories of Stephen Toulmin and Habermas, and a critical reconstruction of Habermas' holistic approach to rhetoric as social philosophy. (FL)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials; Information Analyses
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Language: English
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Authoring Institution: American Forensic Association.