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Logic the process of reasoning methodically
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His research interests are in the field of AI, including knowledge representation and automated reasoning (in particular, argumentation theory, fuzzy constraints, temporal reasoning), multiagent systems, and knowledge-based systems.
This introduction to the current special issue comments on some of the key developments that have fostered (and, in some cases, possibly hindered) the ways in which argumentation theory has engaged questions about visual arguing.
In short, the book appears to have been developed with the express goal of synthesizing the best elements of nearly every developed position (and approach) in contemporary argumentation theory.
I proposed scaffolds that required participants to be aware of the "arguments" they were constructing, in line with established views in argumentation theory.
This text, by faculty of the Department of Speech Communication, Argumentation Theory, and Rhetoric of the University of Amsterdam, treats argumentation as a rational activity that begins in the differences of opinion so easily recognized among people of good will.
6 analyzes the argumentation theory of Phan Minh Dung [Dung 1995b], which connected the logic programming community with defeasible argumentation.
After examining argumentation theory and theorists and the role of debate in the academic environment, the study suggests that academic debate can explore and develop theories and practices that will contribute to excellence and productivity of discourse in public life and that it may also put on debates that serve as models of civic discourse and provide at least one venue for the citizen participation so vital for democracy.
He defended his PhD-thesis in 2003, which analyses the communicative function of constitutional claims on the basis of insights from legal/political philosophy and argumentation theory.
Despite being the first competition in this area, the high number of competitors entered, and differences in results, suggest that the competition will help shape the landscape of ongoing developments in argumentation theory solvers.
Jason has collected 42 essays on philosophy that were published in a wide range of venues from 1979 to 2011 and arranged them in sections on logic, argumentation theory, and computer science; epistemology, philosophy of science, and philosophy of psychology/cognitive science; ethical theory, applied ethics, and social/political philosophy; and miscellany.
In the spirit of returning "home"--to the roots of argumentation theory and the beginning of traditions--this special issue includes essays centered on a foundational principle of argumentation: the history and tradition of democracy and debate.
His book sweeps across a broad range of fields: logic, argumentation theory, moral theory, science, art, cognitive psychology, epistemology, and metaphysics.