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Philoso F.A.Q.: Logic and Theory of Argumentation
30.05.2018

Series of mini-lectures presented by Philoso F.A.Q.: discussions about logic and theory of argumentation with Dmitry Zaitsev, Ivan Mikirtumov, and David Khizanishvili.

Philoso F.A.Q. presents a series of 15-minutes discussions on logic and theory of argumentation in two parts.

In the first part Ivan Mikirtumov (PhD, professor, director of the department of logic, St. Petersburg State University) and Dmitry Zaitsev (PhD, professor of the department of logic, Lomonosov Moscow State University) review the most general questions about logic: what is this science about? what is the nature of logical knowledge? what are logical objects? and so on. The discussion is of a particular interest as it reveals the differens between the two main Russian logical schools in their treatment of fundamental issues and teaching methods.

In the second part David Khizanishvili (assistant lecturer of the department of philosophy, Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University) proceeds with the discussion with Dmitry Zaitsev about the theory of argumentation, considering its rules, structure and widespread argumentational mistakes.

The series is dedicated to the memory of prof. Vladimir Brushinkin.

 
I. Logic

1. What is logic?
2. Logical ontology
3. The Categories of Aristotle
4. General description of notion

II. Theory of argumentation

5. What is argumentation?
6. The strucrture of argementation
7. Analysis of argumentation
8. Problems with argumentation and possible argumentational mistakes
9. Ad hominem arguments
10. Cognitive approach to the argumentation

 

I. Logic

1. What is logic?

 

2. Logical ontology

 

3. The Categories of Aristotle

 

4. General description of notion

 

II. Theory of argumentation

5. What is argumentation?

 

6. The strucrture of argementation

 

7. Analysis of argumentation

 

8. Problems with argumentation and possible argumentational mistakes

 

9. Ad hominem arguments

 

10. Cognitive approach to the argumentation

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