The goal of this paper is to explore the nature and role of slippery slope arguments in public debates. The thesis of the paper is that slippery slope arguments often function in public policy debate as the natural response of competing ideologies to developments which represent corruption or erosion of their competing visions of the good.
Mayo, David J.
"The Role of Slippery Slope Arguments in Public Policy Debates,"
Philosophic Exchange: Vol. 21
, Article 1.
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