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On reasoning and argument : essays in informal logic and on critical thinking, David Hitchcock

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On reasoning and argument : essays in informal logic and on critical thinking
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On reasoning and argument
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essays in informal logic and on critical thinking
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David Hitchcock
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Hitchcock, David
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non fiction
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  • Reasoning
  • Logic
  • Critical thinking
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specialized
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On reasoning and argument : essays in informal logic and on critical thinking, David Hitchcock
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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  • Foreword; Preface; Contents; List of Figures; Deduction, Induction and Conduction; 1 Deduction, Induction and Conduction; Abstract; 1.1 The Issue; 1.2 Fohr's Objections; 1.3 Weddle's Deductivism; 1.4 Conduction; 1.5 Which Standard of Appraisal?; References; 2 The Linked-Convergent Distinction; Abstract; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Convergence: Not Multiplicity of Arguments; 2.3 The Primary Sphere of the Distinction; 2.4 Conclusion; References; 3 Postscript; Abstract; References; Material Consequence; 4 Enthymematic Arguments; Abstract; 4.1 Deductive Validity in Natural Languages
  • 4.2 Distinguishing Enthymemes from Non Sequiturs4.3 The Universal Generalization Thesis; 4.4 Confirmation of the Universal Generalization Thesis; 4.5 Qualifications of the Universal Generalization Thesis; 4.6 Missing Premisses or Rules?; 4.7 Other Purposes for Identifying Enthymemes' Assumptions; 4.8 Note; References; 5 Does the Traditional Treatment of Enthymemes Rest on a Mistake?; Abstract; 5.1 Enthymemes; 5.1.1 Actual Arguments; 5.1.2 The Traditional Treatment; 5.1.2.1 The Appeal to Unstated Premisses; 5.1.2.2 Extensions and Variants; 5.1.3 A Terminological Problem; 5.1.4 Doubts
  • 5.1.4.1 Intentional Omission?5.1.4.2 Implicit Presence?; 5.1.5 The Mistake; 5.2 Logical Consequence; 5.2.1 The Deducibility Conception; 5.2.2 The Modal Conception; 5.2.3 The Substitutional Conception; 5.2.4 The Formal Conception; 5.2.5 The Model-Theoretic Conception; 5.3 Revisions; 5.3.1 Two Problems; 5.3.2 A Revised Generic Conception of Consequence; 5.4 Enthymematic Consequence; 5.4.1 Example; 5.4.2 Exceptions; 5.4.3 An Objection; 5.4.4 Further Questions; 5.5 Summary; References; 6 Toulmin's Warrants; Abstract; 6.1 Toulmin's Conception; 6.2 Misconceptions
  • 6.2.1 A Warrant Is not a Kind of Premiss6.2.2 A Warrant Is not an Implicit Premiss; 6.2.3 A Warrant Is not an Ungeneralized Indicative Conditional; 6.3 Objections; 6.3.1 Difficulty of Practical Application; 6.3.2 Occurrence of General Statements as Grounds and of Particular Statements as Warrants; 6.3.3 Misconstrual of the Function of Generalized Conditionals in Premissary Position; 6.3.4 Absence of Warrants from Arguments as Products and from Our Conscious Reasoning; 6.3.5 Difficulty of Assigning Some Warrants to Fields; 6.4 Summary; References; 7 Non-logical Consequence; Abstract
  • 7.1 Consequence in Contemporary Philosophy7.2 Tarski's Conception of Consequence; 7.3 Extending Tarski's Condition F to Non-logical Consequence; 7.4 Revision and Expansion of Substitutional, Formal and Model-Theoretic Conceptions of Consequence; 7.5 The Problem of Contingent Non-trivial Truth-Preservation; References; 8 Inference Claims; Abstract; 8.1 Introduction; 8.2 Following as Logically Necessary Truth-Preservation: Two Objections; 8.3 First Reformulation: Following as Necessary Truth-Transmission; 8.4 Second Reformulation: Following as Counterfactual-Supporting Truth-Transmission
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9783319535623
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Label
On reasoning and argument : essays in informal logic and on critical thinking, David Hitchcock
Publication
Copyright
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Foreword; Preface; Contents; List of Figures; Deduction, Induction and Conduction; 1 Deduction, Induction and Conduction; Abstract; 1.1 The Issue; 1.2 Fohr's Objections; 1.3 Weddle's Deductivism; 1.4 Conduction; 1.5 Which Standard of Appraisal?; References; 2 The Linked-Convergent Distinction; Abstract; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Convergence: Not Multiplicity of Arguments; 2.3 The Primary Sphere of the Distinction; 2.4 Conclusion; References; 3 Postscript; Abstract; References; Material Consequence; 4 Enthymematic Arguments; Abstract; 4.1 Deductive Validity in Natural Languages
  • 4.2 Distinguishing Enthymemes from Non Sequiturs4.3 The Universal Generalization Thesis; 4.4 Confirmation of the Universal Generalization Thesis; 4.5 Qualifications of the Universal Generalization Thesis; 4.6 Missing Premisses or Rules?; 4.7 Other Purposes for Identifying Enthymemes' Assumptions; 4.8 Note; References; 5 Does the Traditional Treatment of Enthymemes Rest on a Mistake?; Abstract; 5.1 Enthymemes; 5.1.1 Actual Arguments; 5.1.2 The Traditional Treatment; 5.1.2.1 The Appeal to Unstated Premisses; 5.1.2.2 Extensions and Variants; 5.1.3 A Terminological Problem; 5.1.4 Doubts
  • 5.1.4.1 Intentional Omission?5.1.4.2 Implicit Presence?; 5.1.5 The Mistake; 5.2 Logical Consequence; 5.2.1 The Deducibility Conception; 5.2.2 The Modal Conception; 5.2.3 The Substitutional Conception; 5.2.4 The Formal Conception; 5.2.5 The Model-Theoretic Conception; 5.3 Revisions; 5.3.1 Two Problems; 5.3.2 A Revised Generic Conception of Consequence; 5.4 Enthymematic Consequence; 5.4.1 Example; 5.4.2 Exceptions; 5.4.3 An Objection; 5.4.4 Further Questions; 5.5 Summary; References; 6 Toulmin's Warrants; Abstract; 6.1 Toulmin's Conception; 6.2 Misconceptions
  • 6.2.1 A Warrant Is not a Kind of Premiss6.2.2 A Warrant Is not an Implicit Premiss; 6.2.3 A Warrant Is not an Ungeneralized Indicative Conditional; 6.3 Objections; 6.3.1 Difficulty of Practical Application; 6.3.2 Occurrence of General Statements as Grounds and of Particular Statements as Warrants; 6.3.3 Misconstrual of the Function of Generalized Conditionals in Premissary Position; 6.3.4 Absence of Warrants from Arguments as Products and from Our Conscious Reasoning; 6.3.5 Difficulty of Assigning Some Warrants to Fields; 6.4 Summary; References; 7 Non-logical Consequence; Abstract
  • 7.1 Consequence in Contemporary Philosophy7.2 Tarski's Conception of Consequence; 7.3 Extending Tarski's Condition F to Non-logical Consequence; 7.4 Revision and Expansion of Substitutional, Formal and Model-Theoretic Conceptions of Consequence; 7.5 The Problem of Contingent Non-trivial Truth-Preservation; References; 8 Inference Claims; Abstract; 8.1 Introduction; 8.2 Following as Logically Necessary Truth-Preservation: Two Objections; 8.3 First Reformulation: Following as Necessary Truth-Transmission; 8.4 Second Reformulation: Following as Counterfactual-Supporting Truth-Transmission
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unknown
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1 online resource.
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unknown
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online
Isbn
9783319535623
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unknown
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computer
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rdamedia
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c
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