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SOURCE:    Philology. Theory & Practice. Tambov: Gramota, 2022. № 11. P. 3672-3680.
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Compatibility of Arguments from Different Functional Groups in Scientific Texts

Pimenov Ivan Sergeevich
Novosibirsk State University

Submitted: 06.10.2022
Abstract. The study aims to determine the compatibility of arguments from different functional groups in a collection of scientific texts. The study is novel in that it develops a functional classification of argumentation schemes and identifies the features of using arguments from different functional groups in the collection of Russian-language scientific texts (it is the first time that such an analysis of functional compatibility of arguments has been carried out both for texts of the scientific genre and for texts in Russian). Based on a comparative analysis of the semantics of arguments and the functional features of their use, a classifi-cation of argumentation schemes has been developed differentiating four methods of proof (from authority, from practical value, through elaboration or causal analysis). The use of arguments from four groups has been investigated using a set of 1030 reasoning sequences extracted from expertly annotated scientific papers on linguistics and computer technology. It has been shown that the analysed papers are characterised by an active combination of arguments from different functional groups with their uneven positional arrangement in some sequences, depending on the emphasis in the proof. The work includes the following parts: argumentation modelling, a functional comparison of argumentation schemes, presentation of reasoning through functional blocks, a compatibility analysis of such arguments.
Key words and phrases: автоматический анализ аргументации, моделирование аргументации, модели рассуждения, научные тексты, automatic argumentation analysis, argumentation modelling, reasoning models, scientific texts
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