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

COST Action      Horizon 2020

Research Outputs

D-APPLY

D-APPLY Please find below the European Network for argumentation and public policy analysis (COST17132-APPLY) Database, or D-APPLY. This database has been developed by Working Group 1 Empirical Study of Public Argumentation, led by Sara Greco and Barbara De Cock. Andreia Zorrinho played a crucial role ... Read More

APPLY TV

APPLY TV is a new series of online talks organised by the COST Action project CA17132: European Network for Argumentation and Public Policy Analysis (APPLY). Its main theme is public argumentation investigated from any of the theoretical perspectives present in the Action: philosophy, linguistics, communication, ... Read More

(2022) The Pandemic of Argumentation, Steve Oswald, Marcin Lewiński, Sara Greco, Serena Villata (eds.)

Thanks to the golden Open Access fees covered by the COST Action (CA17132: European network for Argumentation and Public PoLicY analysis (APPLY)) all chapters are available online, for free, under this link. The book itself can also be downloaded in a pdf format. This open ... Read More

(2022) "Good and Ought in Argumentation: COVID-19 as a Case Study" by Andrés Soria-Ruiz, Mora Maldonado & Isidora Stojanovic

The present paper concerns arguments whose conclusions take the form of a prescription such as you ought to do such-and-such, which have centered much public discussion and policy since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. We aim to tackle a hitherto under-explored characteristic of many ... Read More

(2021) "Evaluating Reasoning in Natural Arguments: A Procedural Approach" by Martin Hinton & Jean Wagemans

In this paper, we formulate a procedure for assessing reasoning as it is expressed in natural arguments. The procedure is a specification of one of the three aspects of argumentation assessment distinguished in the Comprehensive Assessment Procedure for Natural Argumentation (CAPNA) (Hinton, 2021) that makes use ... Read More

(2021) "Evaluating reasoning in natural arguments: A procedural approach" by Hinton, M. & Wagemans, J.H.M.

In this paper, we formulate a procedure for assessing reasoning as it is expressed in natural arguments. The procedure is a specification of one of the three aspects of argumentation assessment distinguished in the Comprehensive Assessment Procedure for Natural Argumentation (CAPNA) (Hinton, 2021) that makes use ... Read More

(2020) "Four Approaches in Argumentation Analysis: A Review and Comparison of the Toulmin Model, Pragma-Dialectics, Political Discourse Analysis, and Argumentum Model of Topics" by Üzelgün, M. A., Küçülural, O., & Oruç, R.

The inferential relation drawn between a reason and a claim constitutes the basis of all argument approaches and models. This article conducts a concept-based comparative literature review that aims to compile and compare four contemporary argument models that are used in the analysis of everyday ... Read More

(2020) "Argumentative misalignments in the controversy surrounding fashion sustainability" by Sara Greco, Barbara De Cock

In light of the ongoing public controversy surrounding fashion sustainability, this paper sets out to identify misalignments that relate to the definitions of sustainable fashion. It does so by examining the discourse of different agents in this polylogical argumentation – fashion companies and the European Parliament ... Read More

(2020) " Argumentation of Socio-Scientific Issues on Social Media" by Dalyot, K. & Baram-Tsabari, A

Over the last decade, the internet has become a major force influencing many aspects of our life. Specifically, social media play an increasing part in learning and lifelong learning as they provide “easy, fast and efficient ways to access a great diversity of information and ... Read More

(2019) "Scientific arguments in policy-making" by Andone, C. and J. Hernandez

This paper focuses on the use of scientific insights for justifying decisions in policy-making. Because in policy-making the politician argues for a future course of action by pointing at its positive consequences, the burden of proof should concern not only the scientific arguments, but also ... Read More

COST Action          Horizon 2020

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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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Andreia Domingues - Grant Manager [CA 17132]
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