Logic from a Rhetorical Point of View

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Walter de Gruyter, 1 sty 1994 - 327
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On the Rhetorical Point of View
1
2 Descartes Leibniz and Pascal facing a crisis in logic
6
MindPhilosophical Logic as a Theory of Intelligence
13
2 A case study and methodological comments
18
3 Conceptual potential and conceptual engineering
23
Formalized versus Intuitive Arguments The Historical Background
31
2 The Renaissance reformism and intuitionism in logic
44
3 Leibniz on the mechanization of arguments
57
5 The role of a theory for intelligent generalization
165
mental kinds of reasoning
170
7 Formal blind reasoning and artificial intelligence
175
Defining Logic and Intelligence
183
2 Normal definitions of predicates and names
188
3 The holistic doctrine of definition
197
4 Implicit definitions and conclusive conceptualization
203
Symbolic Logic and Objectual Reasoning Case Studies
220

Towards the Logic of General Names
68
2 The existential import of general names
75
an exercise in Plato
79
The TruthFunctional Calculus and the Ordinary Use of Connectives
89
2 The truthfunctional analysis of denial and conjunction
93
3 The truthfunctional analysis of disjunction
100
4 The truthfunctional analysis of conditionals
104
The Predicate Calculus
112
2 Quantification rules interpretation formal systems
120
3 Predicate logic compared with natural logic
126
Reasoning Logic and Intelligence
141
2 The internal logical code in human bodies
145
3 The problem of generalization in the internal code
152
4 What intelligent generalization depends on
160
2 Ciceros reasoning in the light of symbolic logic
224
3 Marthas objectual reasoning matched by symbolic logic
231
4 Aspasias argument confronted with predicate logic
239
Implicit Definitions and Conceptual Networks Case Studies
257
a definition for computers
261
3 The case of a definition in the food market
265
4 The case of nonexistent Geist and similar cases
269
The Postscript as a BookNetwork Interface Material versus Formal Arguments
278
References
288
Index of Names
297
Index of Subjects
300
Extended Table of Contents
305
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