COST Action CA17132 - APPLY
European Network for Argumentation and Public Policy Analysis

COST Action      Horizon 2020

Members Publications

Recent relevant publications by the members of the action

(2021) "Less Scheming, More Typing: Musings on the Waltonian Legacy in Argument Technologies" by Fabio Paglieri

“Less Scheming, More Typing: Musings on the Waltonian Legacy in Argument Technologies” by Fabio Paglieri was published  in Journal of Applied Logics — IfCoLog Journal of Logics and their Applications Vol. 8 (1) 2021, 219-244 Abstract The rich and complex legacy of Walton’s theoretical work for argument technologies ... Read More

(2021) "Argumentative misalignments in the controversy surrounding fashion sustainability" by Sara Greco and Barbara De Cock

“Argumentative misalignments in the controversy surrounding fashion sustainability” by Sara Greco and Barbara De Cock has been published in Journal of Pragmatics Vol 174 (2021), 55-67 Abstract In light of the ongoing public controversy surrounding fashion sustainability, this paper sets out to identify misalignments that relate to ... Read More

(2020) “Reassessing different conceptions of argumentation” by Catarina Dutilh Novaes

“Reassessing different conceptions of argumentation” by Catarina Dutilh Novaes has been published in the book: Tanesini & M. Lynch (eds.), Polarisation, Arrogance, and Dogmatism: Philosophical Perspectives. London, Routledge, 2020. More details, here. Read More

(2020) “Changing minds through argumentation: Black Pete as a case study” by Catarina Dutilh Novaes (co-author)

in Reason to Dissent. Proceedings of the 3rd European Conference on Argumentation [Groningen 2019] Read More

(2020) "The Role of Trust in Argumentation" by Catarina Dutilh Novaes

“The Role of Trust in Argumentation” by Catarina Dutilh Novaes has been published in Informal Logic,Vol 40 No 2 (2020), 205-236.  Abstract Argumentation is important for sharing knowledge and information. Given that the receiver of an argument purportedly engages first and foremost with its content, one might ... Read More

(2020) "Public Deliberation and Epistemic Parity in Direct Democracies", by Léa Farine

“Public Deliberation and Epistemic Parity in Direct Democracies”, by Léa Farine, has been published in the Proceedings of the Ontario Society for the Study of Argumentation (OSSA) Abstract:  “In a context of public-policy making, I propose to consider a fundamental norm of epistemic parity ... Read More

(2020) "Arguments from Expert Opinion – An Epistemological Approach", by Christoph Lumer

in Reason to Dissent. Proceedings of the 3rd European Conference on Argumentation [Groningen 2019] Read More

(2020) "An Argumentative Approach to 'Framing': Framing, Deliberation and Action in an Environmental Conflict", by Irina Diana Mădroane and Isabela Fairclough

"An Argumentative Approach to 'Framing': Framing, Deliberation and Action in an Environmental Conflict", by Irina Diana Mădroane and Isabela Fairclough has been published in a special issue of the journal Co-herencia, Vol. 17 (32): Argumentation, deliberation and collective action.  Read More

(2020) "All We Need Is Trust: How the COVID-19 Outbreak Reconfigured Trust in Italian Public Institutions" by Fabio Paglieri (co-author))

“All We Need Is Trust: How the COVID-19 Outbreak Reconfigured Trust in Italian Public Institutions” by Rino Falcone, Elisa Colì, Silvia Felletti, Alessandro Sapienza, Cristiano Castelfranchi and Fabio Paglieri has been published in Frontiers in Psychology, Vol.11 (2020) Abstract The central focus of this research is ... Read More

(2019) “Environmental Argumentation”, special issue of the Journal of Argumentation in Context 8:1 (2019), edited by Marcin Lewiński and Mehmet Ali Üzelgün

“Environmental Argumentation”, special issue of the Journal of Argumentation in Context 8:1 (2019), edited by the APPLY Action members Marcin Lewiński and Mehmet Ali Üzelgün has been published. The authors in this special issue investigate the challenging context of environmental argumentation. This context is first ... Read More

(2019) "The scaremongering fallacy of fallacy theory: how to improve reasoning without fear of error" by Fabio Paglieri

“The scaremongering fallacy of fallacy theory: how to improve reasoning without fear of error” by Fabio Paglieri has been published in the book: D. Gabbay, L. Magnani, W. Park, & A. V. Pietarinen (eds.), Natural arguments: a tribute to John Woods (pp. 79-101). London: College ... Read More

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COST Action CA17132

Providing and criticising reasons is indispensable to achieve sound public policy that commands the support of both citizens and stakeholders. This need is now widely acknowledged in the recent literature and key EU documents, which highlight the perils of populist discourse and policies.

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