Logic from a Rhetorical Point of View

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Walter de Gruyter, 1994 - 312
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Conceptual potential and conceptual engineering 23
3
Descartes Leibniz and Pascal facing a crisis in logic
6
MindPhilosophical Logic
13
Conceptual potential and conceptual engineering
23
Formalized versus Intuitive Arguments
31
The Renaissance reformism and intuitionism in logic
44
Leibniz on the mechanization of arguments
57
Towards the Logic of General Names
68
What intelligent generalization depends on
160
Formal blind reasoning and artificial intelligence
175
Defining Logic and Intelligence
183
Normal definitions of predicates and names
188
The holistic doctrine of definition
198
Implicit definitions and conclusive conceptualization
203
Symbolic Logic
220
Marthas objectual reasoning matched by symbolic logic
231

The existential import of general names
75
The TruthFunctional Calculus
89
The truthfunctional analysis of disjunction
100
The truthfunctional analysis of conditionals
104
The Predicate Calculus
112
Quantification rules interpretation formal systems
120
Predicate logic compared with natural logic 426
126
Reasoning Logic and Intelligence
141
Aspasias argument confronted with predicate logic
239
Implicit Definitions
257
The case of a definition in the food market
265
The case of nonexistent Geist and similar cases
269
The Postscript as a BookNetwork Interface
278
References
288
Index of Names
297
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