The Burden of Persuasion in Structured Argumentation


Roberta Calegari, Regis Riveret, Giovanni Sartor

ICAIL '21: Proceedings of the Seventeenth International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Law, pages 180–184
ICAIL '21, June 2021
ACM
Juliano Maranhão, Adam Zachary Wyner (eds.)

In this paper we provide an account of the burden of persuasion in the context of structured argumentation. A formal model for the burden of persuasion is defined, discussed, and used to capture the role of the burden of persuasion in adjudicating conflicts between conflicting arguments and in determining the dialectical status of arguments. We consider how our model can also capture adversarial burdens of proof, namely, those cases in which failure to establish an argument for a proposition burdened with persuasion entails establishing the complementary proposition.

(keywords) Burden of persuasion, argumentation, legal reasoning
 @inproceedings{calegari-bpicail2021,
keywords = {Burden of persuasion, argumentation, legal reasoning},
year = 2021,
pages = {180–184},
author = {Calegari, Roberta and Riveret, Regis and Sartor, Giovanni},
numpages = 5,
month = jun,
publisher = {ACM},
doi = {10.1145/3462757.3466078},
isbn = {9781450385268},
title = {The Burden of Persuasion in Structured Argumentation},
booktitle = {ICAIL'21: Proceedings of the Seventeenth International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Law},
editor = {Maranhão, Juliano and  Wyner, Adam Zachary},
url = {https://dl.acm.org/doi/10.1145/3462757.3466078},
series = {ICAIL'21},
location = {São Paulo - Brazil}

Talks

Publication

— authors

Roberta Calegari, Regis Riveret, Giovanni Sartor

— editors

Juliano Maranhão, Adam Zachary Wyner

— status

published

— sort

paper in proceedings

Venue

— volume

ICAIL '21: Proceedings of the Seventeenth International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Law

— series

ICAIL '21

— pages

180–184

— context

ICAIL '21: Eighteenth International Conference for Artificial Intelligence and Law São Paulo Brazil June 21 - 25, 2021

— where

São Paulo - Brazil

— publication date

June 2021

URLs

original page

Identifiers

— DOI

10.1145/3462757.3466078

— IRIS

11585/836289

— print ISBN

9781450385268

BibTeX

— BibTeX ID
calegari-bpicail2021
— BibTeX category
inproceedings

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