Argumentazioaren teoriaren historia
Huizi Petrikorena, Pello
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Gogoa 9(2) : 151-180 (2009)
The aim of this work is to present the main theories on argumentation developed through history, or rather some of them. We will start from ancient Greece, taking into account the sophists and above all Aristotle. Then, we will go to ancient Rome, to show the basics of the works of Cicero and Quintilian and also the Rhetorica ad Herennium, due to an anonymous author. We will offer the next section to the long declining of argumentation theory. After that, we will make reference to the renaissance of the studies on argumentation leaded by Stephen Toulmin eta Chai"m Perelman, in 1958. And, in the last section, following the pioneer work of those authors, we will analyse some of the relevant contributions appeared in the last decades.