The problem of finding properties that characterizes the relation between argumentation semantics and argumentation inference operators has beginning to surface in the last years. Several works have addresses this concern proposing different “postulates” that reflect the intuitions in this respect. Argumentative reasoning is by nature defeasible and that distinct feature must have a deep influence on the resulting constrains. We believe that the very essence of argumentation should affect the manner in which the required properties are described.
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