Human beings share a common competence for generating relevant arguments. We therefore hypothesize the existence of a cognitive procedure that enables them to determine the content of their arguments. The originality of the present approach is to analyse spontaneous argument generation as a process in which arguments either signal problems or aim at solving previously acknowledged problems.
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