Revisitando o Triunvirato lógica/dialética/retórica

Palavras-chave: Teoria da Argumentação, Processo retórico, Procedimento dialético, Produto lógico

Resumo

Muitos teóricos da argumentação adotaram a visão de que a argumentação pode ser abordada sob três perspectivas diferentes: a lógica, a dialética e a retórica, às quais denomino Triunvirato. Segundo Wenzel (1990), a base conceitual para esse triunvirato é a distinção entre argumentação como produto, como processo e como procedimento (a Distinção Tripartite). Neste artigo, quero levantar questões sobre a Visão do Triunvirato e a Distinção Tripartite na qual ela se baseia.

Biografia do Autor

Ralph Johnson, University of Windsor

Professor Emérito da Universidade de Windsor, Canadá

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2020-05-07
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Johnson, R. (2020). Revisitando o Triunvirato lógica/dialética/retórica. EID&A - Revista Eletrônica De Estudos Integrados Em Discurso E Argumentação, 20(1), 254-273. https://doi.org/10.17648/eidea-20-2708
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