Vol 9 (1988)

Table of Contents

Articles

Debating propositions of value: an idea revisited
Ronald Matlon
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1-14
Inherency as a stock issue in non-policy propositions
Craig Dudczak
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15-22
Intrinsic justification: meaning and method
Kenneth Bahm
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23-29
When the whole becomes a black hole: implications of the holistic perspective
Arnie Madsen, Robert Chandler
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30-37
Catastrophe and criterion: a case for justification
Ann Gill
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38-44
Definitional issues in the pursuit of argumentative understandings: a critique of contemporary practice
James Cantrill
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45-53
Propositional justification: another view
Jeffrey Bile
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54-62
Assessing counter-warrants: understanding induction in debate practice
Brian McGee
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63-70
The forensics critic as an 'ideologue-critic': an argument for ideology as a new paradigm for academic debate
Gregory Miller
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71-80
A cognitive model of evaluating judgments
Don Brownlee, Mark Woolsey
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81-87
The role of the critic and teh audience-centered model of debate: problems and possibilities
J. Michael Gotcher, Ronald Greene
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88-95
Knowing the judge: the key to successful debate
Mary Gill
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96-101