Edited volumes

 

Oswald, S., Herman, T. & Jacquin, J. 2018. Argumentation and Language – Linguistic, Cognitive and Discursive Explorations. Cham: Springer.

 

 

 

Herman, T. & Oswald, S. 2014. Rhétorique et cognition. Perspectives théoriques et stratégies persuasives. Rhetoric & Cognition. Theoretical perspectives and persuasive strategies. Berne: Peter Lang.

 

 

 

Maillat, D. & Oswald, S. 2013. Biases and constraints in communication: argumentation, persuasion and manipulation. Special issue of the Journal of Pragmatics 59(B).

PhD Thesis

Oswald, S. 2010 (unpublished). Pragmatics of uncooperative and manipulative communication. PhD dissertation, ms., University of Neuchâtel, 423p.

Articles in peer-reviewed journals
  1. Oswald, S. 2015. “Es muy fácil pasar por alto lo que no se está buscando: herramientas pragmático-cognitivas para el análisis de la influencia comunicativa”. Logos: Revista de Lingüística, Filosofía y Literatura 25 (2), 196-215.
  2. Oswald, S. & Rihs, A. 2014. “Metaphor as argument: rhetorical and epistemic advantages of extended metaphors”. Argumentation 28(2): 133-159.
  3. Lewiński, M. & Oswald, S. 2013. “When and how do we deal with straw men? A normative and cognitive pragmatic account”. Journal of Pragmatics 59(B): 164-177.
  4. Maillat, D. & Oswald, S. 2013. “Editorial”. Journal of Pragmatics 59(B): 137-140.
  5. Oswald, S. 2011. “From interpretation to consent: arguments, beliefs and meaning”. Discourse Studies 13(6): 806-814.
  6. Saussure, L. de & Oswald, S. 2009. “Argumentation et engagement du locuteur: pour un point de vue subjectiviste”. Nouveaux cahiers de linguistique française 29: 215-243.
  7. Maillat, D. & Oswald, S. 2009. “Defining manipulative discourse: the pragmatics of cognitive illusions”. International Review of Pragmatics 1(2): 348-370.
  8. Saussure, L. de & Oswald, S. 2008. “L’engagement comme notion cognitive associée au destinataire”. L’analisi linguistica e letteraria XVI: 475-488.
  9. Morency, P., Oswald, S. & Saussure, L. de. 2008. “Explicitness, implicitness and commitment attribution: a cognitive pragmatic approach”. Belgian Journal of Linguistics 22: 197-219.
  10. Oswald, S. 2007a. “Towards an interface between pragma-dialectics and relevance theory”. Pragmatics & Cognition 15(1): 179-201.
  11. Oswald, S. 2007b. “Argumentation and cognition: can pragma-dialectics interplay with pragma-semantics?”. CADAAD eJournal 1: 148-165.
Book chapters
  1. Oswald, S., Herman, T. & Jacquin, J. 2018. “Introduction”. In Oswald, S., Herman, T. & Jacquin, J. (eds),  Argumentation and language – Linguistic, Cognitive and Discursive Explorations. Cham: Springer, 1-21.
  2. Oswald, S. & Maillat, D. 2018. “Deceptive puns: The pragmatics of humour in puns”. In Noemi Padilla, C. (ed.), Perspectivas sobre el significado. Desde lo biológico a lo social. La Serena: Editorial Universidad de la Serena.
  3. Rihs, A. & Oswald, S. 2018. “Quand l’hypothèse devient vérité: une approche pragmatique de certains effets rhétoriques du conditionnel”. In Herman, T., Jacquin, J. & Oswald, S. (eds). Les mots de l’argumentation. Bern: Peter Lang.
  4. Oswald, S. 2016a. “Rhetoric and cognition. Pragmatic constraints on argument processing”. In Padilla Cruz, M. (ed). Relevance Theory. Recent developments, current challenges and future directions. Amsterdam: Benjamins, 261-285.
  5. Oswald, S. 2016b. “Commitment attribution and the reconstruction of arguments”. In Paglieri, F., Bonelli, L. & Felletti, S. (eds). The psychology of argument: Cognitive approaches to argumentation and persuasion. London: College Publications, 17-32.
  6. Oswald, S. & Herman, T. 2016. “Argumentation, conspiracy and the Moon: A rhetorical-pragmatic analysis”. In Danesi, M. & Greco, S. (eds). Case studies in discourse analysis. Munich: Lincom Europa, 295-330.
  7. Oswald, S., Maillat, D. & Saussure, L. de. 2016. “Deceptive and uncooperative verbal communication”. In Rocci, A. & Saussure, L. de (eds). Verbal Communication. Handbook of Communication Science, vol 3. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 509-534.
  8. Oswald, S. 2014. “It is easy to miss something you are not looking for: A pragmatic account of covert communicative influence for (critical) discourse analysis”. In Hart, C. & Cap, P. (eds), Contemporary Studies in Critical Discourse Analysis. London: Bloomsbury, 97-120.
  9. Oswald, S. & Lewiński. 2014. “Pragmatics, cognitive heuristics and the straw man fallacy”. In Herman, T. & Oswald, S. (eds). Rhétorique et cognition: perspectives théoriques et stratégies persuasives / Rhetoric & Cognition: theoretical perspectives and persuasive strategies. Bern: Peter Lang, 313-343.
  10. Maillat, D. & Oswald, S. 2011. “Constraining context. A pragmatic account of cognitive manipulation”. In Hart, C. (ed). Critical discourse studies in context and cognition. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 65-80.

 

 

 

 

Proceedings
  1. Oswald, S. forth. “Pragmatic inference and argumentative inference”. In Oswald, S. & Maillat, D. (eds). Argumentation and inference. Proceedings of the 2nd European Conference on Argumentation, Fribourg 2017. London: College Publications.
  2. Ozols, D., Maillat, D. & Oswald, S. 2016. “Repetition as context selection constraint: A study in the cognitive underpinnings of persuasion”. In Mohammed, D. & Lewiński, M. (eds), Argumentation and Reasoned Action: Proceedings of the 1st
    European Conference on Argumentation, Lisbon, 2015. Vol. I. London: College Publications, 547-566.
  3. Oswald, S. 2016a. “What about perlocution? Commentary on Lewiński’s How to conclude practical argument in a multi-party debate”. In Mohammed, D. & Lewiński, M. (eds), Argumentation and Reasoned Action: Proceedings of the 1st
    European Conference on Argumentation, Lisbon, 2015. Vol. I. London: College Publications, 421-429.
  4. Oswald, S. 2016b. “Conspiracy and bias: argumentative features and persuasiveness of conspiracy theories”. In Bondy, P., & Benacquista, L. (eds). Argumentation, Objectivity, and Bias: Proceedings of the 11th International
    Conference of the Ontario Society for the Study of Argumentation (OSSA), 18-21 May 2016. Windsor, ON: OSSA,
    1-16.
  5. Oswald, S. 2016c. “Commentary on “Eliminating Gender-, Racial- and Age-Biases in Medical Diagnostic Reasoning”. In Bondy, P., & Benacquista, L. (eds). Argumentation, Objectivity, and Bias: Proceedings of the 11th International
    Conference of the Ontario Society for the Study of Argumentation (OSSA), 18-21 May 2016. Windsor, ON: OSSA,
    1-8.
  6. Oswald, S. & Hart, C. 2013. “Trust based on bias: Cognitive constraints on source-related fallacies”. In Mohammed, D., & Lewiński, M. (eds). Virtues of Argumentation. Proceedings of the 10th International Conference of the Ontario Society for the Study of Argumentation (OSSA), 22-26 May 2013. Windsor, ON: OSSA, 1-13.
  7. Oswald, S. 2013. “Commentary on: Frank Zenker’s “Know thy biases! Bringing argumentative virtues to the classroom””. In Mohammed, D., & Lewiński, M. (eds). Virtues of Argumentation. Proceedings of the 10th International Conference of the Ontario Society for the Study of Argumentation (OSSA), 22-26 May 2013. Windsor, ON: OSSA, 1-7.