Lógicas de argumentación e instituciones internacionales
[Logic of argumentation and international institutions]
AbstractThis article presents the basics of argumentation theory. The relations of the argument with the concept of logical inference and an illustration of argument in international comparative policy analysis: the analysis of arguments in the invasion of Iraq
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Date of creation: 2010
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Argumentation; logic default; international institutions; Iraq;
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