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Argumentation and Persuasion in the Cognitive Coherence Theory

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Argumentation and Persuasion in the Cognitive Coherence Theory
Abstract. This paper presents a coherentist approach to argumentation that extends previous proposals on cognitive coherence based agent communication pragmatics (inspired from social psychology) and propose (1) an alternative view on argumentation that is (2) part of a more general model of communication. In this approach, the cognitive aspects associated to both the production, the evaluation and the integration of arguments are driven by calculus on a formal characterization of cognitive coherence.
Philippe Pasquier, Iyad Rahwan, Frank Dignum, Liz
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Type Conference
Year 2006
Where COMMA
Authors Philippe Pasquier, Iyad Rahwan, Frank Dignum, Liz Sonenberg
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