Informal Logic

(The median citation count of Informal Logic is 0. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-07-01 to 2024-07-01.)
The Role of Trust in Argumentation19
Should Climate Scientists Fly?8
Speech Act Pluralism in Argumentative Polylogues8
Good and Bad Reasoning about COVID-196
Argumentation Profiles6
Argumentation and Persistent Disagreement5
Illocutionary Performance and Objective Assessment in the Speech Act of Arguing5
“I Said What I Said”—Black Women and Argumentative Politeness Norms5
A Pragmatic Account of Rephrase in Argumentation4
Other-Regarding Virtues and Their Place in Virtue Argumentation Theory4
On Presumptions, Burdens of Proof, and Explanations4
The Broad Reach of Multivariable Thinking3
Inference Claims as Assertions3
An Epistemological Appraisal of Walton’s Argument Schemes3
Metaphilosophy and Argument: The Case of the Justification of Abduction3
Credible as Evidence? Multilayered Audience Reception of Narrative Arguments3
Sequencing Critical Moves for Ethical Argumentation Practice: Munāẓara and the Interdependence of Procedure and Agent2
Douglas Walton’s Contributions in Education2
Is it Permissible to Teach Buddhist Mindfulness Meditation in a Critical Thinking Course?2
Exploring the Effect of a Scaffolding Design on Students’ Argument Critique Skills2
Youth Voting, Rational Competency, and Epistemic Injustice2
Fact and Opinion1
Introduction to the Special Issue1
On Numerical Arguments in Policymaking1
Some Limits to Arguing Virtuously1
Discovering Warrants in Political Argumentation1
On Appeals to Non-existent Authorities as Arguments from Analogy1
The Distinction Between False Dilemma and False Disjunctive Syllogism1
Reflections on Minimal Adversariality1
Deeper into Argumentative Bullshit1
Whataboutisms: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly1
Rooting Gilbert's Multi-Modal Argumentation in Jung, and Its Extension to Law1
CAT Scan: A Critical Review of the Critical-Thinking Assessment Test1
What is Wrong with Deductivism?1
Identifying Linked and Convergent Argument Structures1
A Simple Theory of Argument Schemes1
Burdens of Proposing1
Arguments from Fairness and Extensive Interpretation in Greek Judicial Rhetoric1
Argumentation by Analogy and Weighing of Reasons1
The Basic Components of Agreement1
Intellectual Virtue in Critical Thinking and Its Instruction1
Is Every Definition Persuasive?1
Argumentative Hyperbole as Fallacy1
Decoupling Representations and the Chain of Arguments0
In Memoriam0
Case Study of Contextual and Emotional Modulation of Source-case Selection in Analogical Arguments0
Educating for Good Thinking: Virtues, Skills, or Both?0
Metaphorical Argumentation0
À la mémoire de Michael Scriven0
Justifying the Epistemological Theory of Argumentation0
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Do We Really Not Know What Toulmin’s Analytic Arguments Are?0
Notice of Books Received0
An Unlikely Source of (Absurd and Effective) Case Studies for Introductory Informal Logic0
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Picturing a Thousand Unspoken Words0
Generative AI and Argument Creativity0
Argumentation Ab Homine in Philosophy0
In Memoriam0
Something Called the ‘False Dilemma Fallacy’ (FDF): A Return to Formalization Just This Time0
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Argumentative Bullshit0
Amenable Argumentation Approach0
From the Editors0
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Deep Disagreement and Patience as an Argumentative Virtue0
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A Network of Argumentation Schemes and Critical Questions0
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Evidence, Persuasion and Diversity0
Act or Object0
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Arguing with Arguments0
Characterizing Reflective Diary Writing as an Argumentative Activity Type0
"Argument and Social Justice" and "Reasoning for Change"0
Multi-Modal 20200
Putting Reasons in their Place0
Logics for “Non-Logical” Argumentation0
Hermeneutic Priority of Which Question?0
Resolution of Deep Disagreement: Not Simply Consensus0
In Memoriam0
Justifying Particular Reasoning in a Legal Context0
Notice of Books Received0
Cet obscure object du désir (philosophique)0
Virtues Suffice for Argument Evaluation0
Kisceral Argumentation in Law0
Reflections on the Physical or Visceral Mode of Argumentation in Michael Gilbert’s Theory of Multi-Modal Argumentation and its Relation to Gesture Studies and The Embodied Mind0
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Are Fallacies Frequent ?0
The Distinctiveness Problem of Analogical Arguments0
Group Identity in Public Deliberation0
Une réaction à la critique depuis les marges épistémologiques0
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Review of Narration as Argument, edited by Paula Olmos0
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Notice of Books Received0
Source Related Argumentation Found in Science Websites0
You Cannot Judge an Argument by its Closure0
Gilbert as Disrupter0
Editor's Note0
Introduction to the Special Issue0
Bad Arguments and Objectively Bad Arguments0
From the Editors0
What Makes an Argument Strong?0
A Modal Criterion for Epistemic Argumentation0
Rational Thinking and Intellectually Virtuous Thinking: Identical, Extensionally Equivalent, or Substantively Different?0
On the Kisceral Mode of Argumentation0
Review of How Philosophers Argue: An Adversarial Collaboration on the Russell-Copleston Debate0
Notice of Books Received0