Aristotle’s Model of Rhetoric and Contemporary Patterns of Argumentation: On Some Aristotelian Challenges

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Abstract

The chapter focuses on the interdependence of the concepts of dialogue, law and truth in Aristotle’s model of rhetoric. Taking some aspects of the new rhetoric and of the argumentation theory of Perelman, Alexy and Habermas as a starting point, it will be clarified that the Aristotelian and ancient idea of rhetoric involved a completely different pattern of reasoning. Our analysis will focus on Aristotle’s paradigm, in particular the aspects of dialogue, truth and justice, which highlight the complexity of his model and show how his approach differs from the new model of argumentation theory. The revival of aspects of the Aristotelian approach within the contemporary philosophical-legal debate demonstrates the enduring relevance of Aristotle’s theoretical framework and invites its use to analyze patterns of reasoning in the public debate on issues as equity and climate change.
Lingua originaleEnglish
Titolo della pubblicazione ospiteAristotle on Truth, Dialogue, Justice and Decision
EditorL. Huppes-Cluysenaer, N.M.M.S. Coelho
Pagine153-175
Numero di pagine23
Volume144
DOI
Stato di pubblicazionePubblicato - 2023

Serie di pubblicazioni

NomeLAW AND PHILOSOPHY LIBRARY

Keywords

  • Aristotele, retorica, argomentazione, Perelman, Alexy, Habermas, dialogo, giustizia, verità
  • Aristotle Rhetoric Argumentation Perelman Alexy Habermas Dialogue Justice Truth

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