The Principle of Vulnerability

Informal Logic 17 (2) (1995)
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Abstract

This paper seeks to articulate and defend the principle that every argument is susceptible to criticism and hence the arguer must not seek to immunize the argument from criticism. Considerations both in support of, and opposed to, the principle are considered

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