Argument, Inference and Dialectic: Collected Papers on by R.C. Pinto,Hans V. Hansen

By R.C. Pinto,Hans V. Hansen

This quantity comprises 12 papers addressed to researchers and complicated scholars in casual common sense and similar fields, equivalent to argumentation, formal common sense, and communications. one of the concerns mentioned are makes an attempt to reconsider the character of argument and of inference, the function of dialectical context, and the factors for comparing inferences, and to make clear the interfaces among casual common sense and argumentation conception, rhetoric, formal common sense and cognitive psychology.

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