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Project Gutenberg 0 editions. Information from the Spanish Common Knowledge. I’m not satisfied after having read this book. But ultimately, I get the feeling that his system is really just perelmna for formal logic. CD Audiobook 0 editions.
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Become a LibraryThing Author. I get the feeling that when Perelman made the retprico in his mind between formal logic and the racist arguments of the Nazis, he created an obstacle for himself, and he had to contort his own system of informal logic to work around it at all costs.
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There is indeed a sense in which an audience is convinced informally by an argument, but the process of critical thinking that we apply to evaluate it is not more than the formalized tools which have come to us from the ancient imeprio. Home Groups Talk Zeitgeist. After all, the the arguments of the Nazis were the opposite of appeals to the rationality. Add to Your books. Amazon Kindle 0 editions.
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Edit to localize it to your language. No current Talk conversations about this book. The value of this book may be that it could be a starting point for looking at the ways in which an argument may be accepted by a human audience, especially a non-sophisticated one.
Sign up for LibraryThing to find out whether you’ll like this book. But I think the retorlco for every human being is to reduce the irrational and non-rational portions as much as possible. For more help see the Common Knowledge help page.
Whether you base your arguments on first principles or human foibles, the force of argument is still reducible via analysis to the traditional rules. Google Books — Loading Your use of the site and services is subject to these policies and terms.