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Introduction: Recording and Explaining Cultural Differences in Argumentation

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Abstract Argumentation is attracting an increasing amount of well-deserved attention in cognitive science. However, this research suffers from a relative neglect of cultural variations. Fortunately, the study of argumentation can rely on a large repertoire of methods to investigate cultural differences, several of which are on display in this special issue. Besides standard experimental cross-cultural research, the work of historians and anthropologists can yield great insight into the cognitive processes underlying argumentation in different cultures or in the same culture at different times. In combination, these different research traditions can also disentangle the complex causal pathways through which context, including cultural context, influences argumentation.

Affiliations: 1: Laboratoire Langage, Cerveau et Cognition 67 Boulevard Pinel, 69675 Bron France


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