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Competition and conflict between communicative norms

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Abstract

When engaging with each other, discussants navigate a complex set of communicative norms that aim at very different goals. Within argumentation theory naturally the most studied set of norms are those aiming at reasonableness, of which I take the pragma-dialectical rule set to be a representative example. They are however far from the only norms that guide communicative behavior. This paper offers an analysis of the areas of intersection and potential conflict of reasonableness (as understood by pragma-dialectics) with other communicative norms in general and rules of politeness (as presented by Geoffrey Leech) in particular.
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Keywords: argumentation; communicative norms; critical discussion; maxims; politeness; reasonableness

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2017-10-16

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