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by J. Woods,D. Walton,D. Jacquette

Author: J. Woods,D. Walton,D. Jacquette
Subcategory: Philosophy
Language: English
Publisher: College Publications (January 5, 2007)
Pages: 356 pages
Category: Politics
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Fallacies: Selected Papers 1972-1982 Paperback – 5 January 2007.

Douglas Neil Walton (2 June 1942 – 4 January 2020) was a Canadian academic and author, known for his books and papers on argumentation, logical fallacies and informal logic.

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Start by marking Fallacies: Selected Papers as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. In the past forty years there has been a revolution in logic. There is a widening consensus that mathematical logic has not been a satisfactory theory of argumentation, where argumentation is taken as a means of rational belief-revision and conflict resolution.

In the past forty years there has been a revolution in logic.

Fallacies: Selected Papers 1972-1982 In the past forty years there has been a revolution in logic. There is a widening consensus that mathematical logic has not been a satisfactory theory of argumentation, where argumentation is taken as a means of rational belief-revision and conflict resol. College Publications.

Studies in Logic and Argumentation. Volume 82: Formal Logic Classical Problems and Proofs. Volume 7: Fallacies: Selected Papers 1972-1982. John Woods, Douglas Walton with a Foreword by Dale Jacquette. View Details Volume 7: Fallacies: Selected Papers 1972-1982. Volume 6: How to Sell a Contradiction: The Logic and Metaphysics of Inconsistency.

Woods, John and Walton, Douglas. Fallacies: Selected Papers 1972-1982. Series: "Studies of Argumentation in Prag-matics and Discourse Analysis" ed. Frans H. van Eemeren and Rob Grootendorst. ovidence, RI-USA: Foris. Pp. xxi, 322. ISBN 90 6765 305 5, paper. ISBN 90 67653063, cloth.

Woods, . Walton, . Gabbay, . Woods, . Agenda Relevance: A Study in Formal Pragmatics, vol. 1 of A Practical Logic of Cognitive Systems. North-Holland, Amsterdam (2003)Google Scholar. Foris de Gruyter, Berlin and New York (1989)Google Scholar. 37. John Woods, . The practical turn in logic. Kluwer (2005) 15-122Google Scholar.

Fallacies: Selected Papers: 1972-1982, J. Woods and D. Walton, Studies in Logic, vol 7, London, King's College, 2007. Ethical Argumentation, Lanham, M. Lexington Books, 2002 (sample). Fundamentals of Critical Argumentation, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2006. Argumentation Methods for Artificial Intelligence in Law, Berlin, Springer, 2005 (sample). Abductive Reasoning, Tuscaloosa, University of Alabama Press, 2004. Relevance in Argumentation, Mahwah, . Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2004. Legal Argumentation and Evidence, University Park, P. Penn State Press, 2002.

The book may be seen as a sequel to Fallacies: Selected papers 1972-1982, which I wrote with Douglas Walton, and which appeared in 1989 with Foris. This time I am on my own. Douglas Walton has, long since, found his own voice, as the saying has it; and so have I. Both of us greatly value the time we spent performing duets, but we also recognize the attractions of solo work.

In the past forty years there has been a revolution in logic. There is a widening consensus that mathematical logic has not been a satisfactory theory of argumentation, where argumentation is taken as a means of rational belief-revision and conflict resolution. It is also widely held that the traditional informal fallacies are inadequately analyzed in standard accounts found in the logical writings of the period 1950-1970. Here in nineteen chapters are the classical papers of Woods and Walton published in the decade 1972-1982, and constituting the so-called Woods-Walton Approach to fallacy theory. Originally published as a collection in 1989, the book is now re-issued with a new Forward by Dale Jacquette. Woods and Walton are recognized for their seminal role in reviving the fallacies project in logic and giving to the fallacies research programme much of its evolving character and emphasis. It is one of their principal contentions that the fallacies respond best to theoretical pluralism and that different analytical tools are needed for different fallacies. Again conveniently available in a single volume, these papers are indispensable reading for a new generation of researchers in informal logic, argumentation theory, critical thinking, computer science, linguistics and cognitive psychology. John Woods is also author of The Death of Argument: Fallacies in Agent-Based Reasoning 2005. Douglas Walton is author of A Pragmatic Theory of Fallacy 1995.