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Prelli (communication, U. of New Hampshire at Durham) looks at the special problems and values governing the communicative practices of scientists. He demonstrated that when scientists address their claims to other scientists, they create a special kind of rhetoric with rules that distinguish "scientific" discourse from other discourse, and allow claims to be judged as "scientific" or not. He examines the design of scientific arguments, and the grounds on which they persuade and are evaluated as peculiarly scientific claims. For scholars in communications and philosophy of science. Acidic paper. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.
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