Reasoning in theory and practice / Stephen E. Toulmin A citation-based reflection on Toulmin and argument / Ronald P. Loui Complex cases and legitimation inference extending the Toulmin model to deliberative argument in controversy / G. Thomas Goodnight A metamathematical extension of the Toulmin agenda / Mark Weinstein Toulmin's model of argument and the question of relativism / Lilian Bermeho-Luque Systematizing Toulmin's warrants : an epistemic approach / James B. Freeman Warranting arguments, the virtue of verb / James F. Klumpp Evaluating inferences : the nature and role of warrants / Robert C. Pinto 'Probably' / Robert H. Ennis The voice of the other : a dialogico-rhetorical understanding of opponent and of Toulmin's rebuttal / Wouter H. Slob Evaluating arguments based on Toulmin's scheme / Bart Verheij Good reasoning on the Toulmin model / David Hitchcock The fluidity of warrants : using the Toulmin model to analyse practical discourse / Olaf Tans Artificial intelligence & law, logic and argument schemes / Henry Prakken Multiple warrants in practical reasoning / Christian Kock The quest for rationalism without dogmas in Leibniz and Toulmin / Txetxu Ausin From arguments to decisions : extending the Toulmin view / John Fox, Sanjay Modgil Using Toulmin argumentation to support dispute settlement in discretionary domains / John Zeleznikow Toulmin's model and the solving of ill-structured problems / James F. Voss Argument by question : a Toulminian reading of Cicero's account of the Enthymeme / Manfred Kraus The uses of argument in mathematics / Andrew Aberdein Translating Toulmin diagrams : theory neutrality in argument representation / Chris Reed, Glenn Rowe The Toulmin test : framing argumentation within belief revision theories / Fabio Paglieri, Cristiano Castelfranchi Eight theses reflecting on Stephen Toulmin / John Woods.
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