Rational Interaction and the Pragmatics of the Slippery Slope and 'Guilt by Association'

Abstract : This paper proposes a pragmatic analysis of two so-called fallacies in argumentation, namely the 'Slippery Slope' and 'Guilt by Association'. I will examine their rational use, and argue that they exemplify at least partially non-cooperative, but still inference-based conversational moves.
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Gerhard Schaden. Rational Interaction and the Pragmatics of the Slippery Slope and 'Guilt by Association'. Formal Approaches to the Dynamics of Linguistic Interaction 2017, Jul 2017, Toulouse, France. ⟨hal-01559537⟩

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