Welcome to the webpage of the ArgDiaP organisation - a Polish nationwide initiative dedicated to the issues of argumentation, dialogue and persuasion. Established in 2008, ArgDiaP has been continuously providing infrastructure facilitating the networking process and fosters research on argumentation in Poland, including the research of the Polish School of Argumentation. The School integrates various disciplines and institutions across Poland in which scholars are dedicated to understanding the phenomenon of the force of argument. Recently, fifty five authors (Budzynska et al. 2014) declared its Manifesto which sets up the foundations of the School's research program. 

ArgDiaP pursues its goals through several activities. The strong focus is placed on coordinating events where scholars from different disciplines have an opportunity to exchange ideas. Our flagship event is the series of ArgDiaP workshops that has been organised since 2008 interchangeably as Polish- and English-language editions. We foster publication initiatives: such as the ArgDiaP series in the SLGR journal, the special issues of journals such as Argumentation and Informal Logic, and series of books promoting argumentation theory in Poland. ArgDiaP also coordinates activities in education, such as the IGSAR graduate school, aiming to support the young generation of Polish researchers. 

Latest News
  • 16th ArgDiaP Workshop, Warsaw 2018 The 16th edition of the ArgDiaP workshops, "Argumentation and Corpus Linguistics" will take place in Warsaw,15-16 September 2018, as part of the Warsaw Argumentation Week. The event will be held in English. More information will follow shortly.
    Posted 14 Jan 2018, 06:26 by Arg Diap55
  • 15th ArgDiaP Workshop, Lublin 2017 We invite the submission of abstracts to the 15th ArgDiaP workshop, Argumentation and Classical RhetoricThe deadline for abstract submission is 1st September 2017 and the conference will take place 25th-26th October 2017, at the John Paul II Catholic University in Lublin. The language of the workshop is Polish.
    Posted 19 Aug 2017, 07:14 by Arg Diap55
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