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Arguing with Stories

By Floris Bex and Trevor Bench-capon

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Abstract. Stories can be powerful argumentative vehicles, and they are often used in arguments from analogy, most notably as parables or allegories where the story illustrates an important claim of the argument. Case Based Reasoning in Law has many similar features. In this article, we want to take a further step at computationally modelling the connection between stories and argumentation in analogical reasoning

Topics: Argumentation, Stories, Analogy
Year: 2013
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