- Bibliographic references within the text will be in the abbreviated format (Author, Year: pp.), Leaving the complete reference for the final list.
- Footnotes will be explanatory or expansive. They will be numbered consecutively in Arabic numerals, letter size 8 p will be used with full justification. Efforts will be made to reduce footnotes to a minimum.
- Whenever possible, include the DOI in the bibliography and indicate the URL of the cited text if it is open access.
- The bibliographic style chosen by this journal is that of the APA (American Psychological Association).
- The list of bibliographic references will be placed at the end, and will have simple line spacing, without blank lines between authors. The second and subsequent works of each author will be headed by a long script and the year of publication. The following appointment formats will be used:
Toulmin, S. E. (1958). The Uses of Argument. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Blanché, R & Dubucs, J. (1970). La logique et son histoire. París: Armand Colin.
Meerhoff, K. & Moisan, J. C. (eds.) (1997). Autour de Ramus: texte, théorie, commentaire. Québec: Nuit Blanche éditeur.
Benoit, W. L. (1989). Attorney argumentation and Supreme Court opinions. Argumentation and Advocacy, 26(2), 22-38.
Eemeren, F. H. van & Grootendorst, R. (1993b). The history of the argumentum ad hominem since the seventeenth century. En: E. C. W. Krabbe, R. J. Dalitz & P. A. Smit (eds.), Empirical Logic and Public Debate. Essays in Honour of Else M. Barth (pp. 49-68, Ch. 4). Amsterdam/Atlanta: Rodopi.
- Several works by one author:
Walton, D. N. (1991). Begging the Question: Circular Reasoning as a Tactic of Argumentation. Nueva York: Greenwood.
— (1999). One-Sided Arguments. A Dialectical Analysis of Bias. Albany: State University of New York Press.
— (2001). Enthymemes, common knowledge, and plausible inference. Philosophy and Rhetoric, 34(2), 93-112.
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