The balance of this review addresses matters in the book that should be of particular interest to readers in the legal rhetoric and communication community. First, it addresses some concepts central to Dutilh Novaes’ effort. Second, it surveys the book’s organization, identifying some key observations and conclusions that she supports with careful evidence and argumentation. Third, it addresses Dutilh Novaes’ attention to non-European and non-Western research and logical traditions. Finally, it considers some difficult and technical passages, noting those readers should work through because the payoff is worth it and others I believe readers in our field might skip.
Brigham Young University
Brian N. Larson,
Review: The Dialogical Roots of Deduction: Historical, Cognitive, and Philosophical Perspectives on Reasoning,
Available at: https://scholarship.law.tamu.edu/facscholar/1562