Series of mini-lectures on the Theory of Argumentation by Alexander Nikiforov: how to defence a position in the discussions in a decorous way and not to fall for the opponent’s tricks.
Theoretical seminar “Logic and Philosophy of Language” presents a series of popular lectures on argumentation theory by Alexander Nikiforov, principal researcher at the Institute of Philosophy RAS, specialist in epistemology, history and philosophy of science.
1. Proof and Refutation
2. Requirements for the Elements of Proof
3. A General Idea of Dispute
4. Rational Dispute
5. Indecorous Methods of Dispute
6. Indecorous Arguments
7. Evaluative Notions in Constructing a Vision of the Word
↑ Lecture 1. Proof and Refutation
↑ Lecture 2. Requirements for the Elements of Proof
↑ Lecture 3. A General Idea of Dispute
↑ Lecture 4. Rational Dispute
↑ Lecture 5. Indecorous Methods of Dispute
↑ Lecture 6. Indecorous Arguments
↑ Lecture 7. Evaluative Notions in Constructing a Vision of the Word
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