Argumentation: Approaches to Theory Formation: Proceedings, by E.M. Barth, J.L. Martens

By E.M. Barth, J.L. Martens

The contributions within the first half ‘Re-modelling common sense’ of this quantity take account of formal good judgment within the idea of ‘rational’ argumentation. half includes papers that distinguish many of the discussion video games for logics by way of ‘rights’ and ‘obligations’ of the gamers. The authors following within the 3rd part research the interplay among individuals in a discussion. right here the instruments of the truth seeker are used for the broader goal of learning the character of discussion. The fourth part trouble modes of argumentation which are really present in philosopical texts from past centuries. To be through contributions partially 5 which may be learn as makes an attempt to retrieve what used to be left of the spirit of feedback and debate in philosphy after the onslaught of Cartesianism and idealism.

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Daher jetzt als Primformeln. Aus ihnen werden weitere Formeln A, B, ... mit den logischen Partikeln zu­ sammengesetzt. Von der materialen Wahrheit oder Falschheit wird nicht mehr geredet - es genügt, die formale Abgeschlossenheit in allen Zweigen zu erreichen. B. können wir jetzt beweisen, dass — \ — | a →a nicht fektiv-logisch wahr ist (sondern nur klassisch-logisch wahr) Damit ist die Stellung erreicht, die keineswegs formal-abgeschlossen ist. ef­ 46 P. LORENZEN Nur wenn - wie klassisch erlaubt ist - das a der zweiten Zeile wiederholt werden darf, entsteht eine formal-abgeschlossene Stel­ lung.

In such a case a spiral movement is created. In the second part of my contribution to this volume (below p. , that of Spinoza's εthics. 22 ARNE NAESS NOTES (1) As an example of the neglect of empirical components in logic, let me rec­ ount an amusing incident that occurred at the congress of Unified Science convened by the logical empiricists at the Sorbonne in the thirties. As a central feature of that congress, the organizers had chosen the presen­ tation of Alfred Tarski's Theory of Truth. This theory has an empirical component: the 'adequacy' of definitions in relation to common usage.

Bm , so haben wir einen Übergang von einer Aussage B zu einer Aussage A. Geschieht dieser Übergang nach einer logischen Regel, so sagt man: B impliziert A. Ich schreibe dafür B ^ A . Eine Aussage A, die auch ohne Prämissen logisch erschliessbar ist, heisst logisch wahr Mit y für eine leere Konjunktion, ist A also genau dann logisch wahr, wenn Y -< A. Hat man als logische Partikel den Subjunktor→zur Verfügung, so gilt B A genau dann, wenn Y B → A . Der Hilbertsche Typ von Logikkalkülen kapriziert sich darauf, die logisch wahren Aussagen als Theoreme eines Kalküls formal zu deduzieren.

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