Linked arguments should be formalized in a base layer of argument technology

posted May 13, 2021
"A linked argument is one where the premises work together to support the conclusion, whereas in a convergent argument each premise represents a separate reason that supports the conclusion." (Walton, 2009; – Whathecode May 13, 2021 10:38
A "base layer" in software architecture is one upon which multiple other layers can be built. Multiple higher-level layers can thus interact/contribute to the same base layer. – Whathecode May 13, 2021 10:43