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Applying Logic of Multiple-Valued Argumentation to Eastern Arguments

H. SAWAMURA
2005 IEICE transactions on information and systems  
PAPER Special section on software Agent and ts Apρlica tions Applying Logic of Multiple-Valued Argumentation to Eastern Arguments HajimeSAWAMURAandTakehiaTAKAHASHI, Nonmembers SUMMARY ln our fbrmer paper  ...  . we formalized a Logic of Muitiple・ valued Argumentation(LMA)・n an巴xpressi・e㎞・wledge rep祀5en励on language, Extended Annotated Log三c Program皿ing(EALP), in order to :胆ke it pessib]e to construct argum聞ts  ...  to.a logic of multiplevalued argum号ntation LMA. 33 Annotated Arguments Defi皿ition 14:(Reductant and Minimal祀du幽nt).  ... 
doi:10.1093/ietisy/e88-d.9.2021 fatcat:afkbqjvipvhx7ec6tifkrjwxuu

The Logical Pattern of Argument: A Case Study of National University Debating Championship

Moh. Supardi, Frans Sayogie
2022 ELSYA : Journal of English Language Studies  
This paper employs descriptive qualitative analysis to examine the logical pattern of arguments through linguistic expressions that occurred in the debate.  ...  The data were analysed using the Toulmin model of logical argument.  ...  of value: challenges the value of the claim including how good or bad the claim is, what are the benefits, which value systems will be applied to judge, and many more. 5) claims of policy: attempts to  ... 
doi:10.31849/elsya.v4i1.8466 fatcat:3udamjfmlfebzlah663s7dnpb4

On the Universality of Argumentative Reasoning

Hugo Mercier
2011 Journal of Cognition and Culture  
Second, historical, sociological and anthropological research has been used to claim that some Eastern cultures have not developed argumentation.  ...  Second, historical, sociological and anthropological research has been used to claim that some Eastern cultures have not developed argumentation.  ...  In order to put the apparent rejection of debate and argumentation by Eastern doctrines in perspective, it is possible to point out the many similarities between Eastern and Western attitudes towards logic  ... 
doi:10.1163/156853711x568707 fatcat:5davx6rysfcrpl2l3pdud2sub4

Genov, Nikolai. 2010. "Global Trends in Eastern Europe." Burlington, VT: Ashgate

Wojciech Woźniak
2012 Przeglad Socjologii Jakosciowej  
" and "universalization of value-normative systems."  ...  Frankfurt School and the Popperians) and continues with the precise description of organizational transitions and logic of rationalizations of various processes in Eastern Europe (for example, industrialization  ... 
doi:10.18778/1733-8069.8.3.08 fatcat:bxhge4gdqrfnhaea32d6d724zq

Analysis of logical-dynamic argument conversion processes in arithmetic devices of digital control systems

Mahmoud M. S. Al-Suod, Oleksandr Ushkarenko, Lev Petrenko
2017 Eastern-European Journal of Enterprise Technologies  
Moreover, development of graph-analytical solutions applied to data processing in digital control systems will make it possible to analyze logical-dynamic processes of argument conversion at a due data-quality  ...  A method for synthesis of mathematical models of logical-dynamic process of control and the control applied to electric power industry is proposed in [10] .  ... 
doi:10.15587/1729-4061.2017.118167 fatcat:22ddcsmgf5dufl63zjxvjo7gp4

A Formal Critique of the Value of the Colombian Páramo [article]

Juan Afanador
2020 arXiv   pre-print
Upon this premise we set out to formalise a (computational) dialogical scenario where arguments stating distinct, and often contradictory, actions delineate possible forms of appropriating the P\'aramo  ...  We contend that the valuation of ecosystem services -- even in its post-normal forms -- and the ecosystem services framework not only fail to examine value-based categories, but reproduce the problematic  ...  The semantics of acceptance applied to DDG are based on the argumentation-theoretic concept of extension.  ... 
arXiv:2005.02810v1 fatcat:7jn3cvajgjarvizcgzmkm3j7tu

Interpretation of Fundamental Rights in Central and Eastern Europe: Methodology and Summary [chapter]

Zoltán Tóth J.
2021 Studies of the Central European Professors' Network  
and Eastern European countries but not necessarily to the  ...  The states of Central and Eastern Europe, as third-generation countries of concentrated constitutional adjudication, and in leaving behind the legacy of state socialism, have faced challenges owing to  ...  Logical interpretation Logical interpretation is a particular argumentation that is, most often, applied tendentiously when wishing to reach an interpretation result (which, regarding its genesis, is merely  ... 
doi:10.54237/profnet.2021.zjtcrci_1 fatcat:gh47btut4rbyrdz6jqtgssk4jq

Non-Linear Archaeology

Giorgio Buccellati
2019 Figshare  
Backdirt Annual Review of the Cotsen Institute of Archaeology at UCLA, 37–39.  ...  Although these other terms have been applied to the region, neither is historically or geographically appropriate.  ...  ability to establish an industrial mode of production (coordinating multiple resources and individuals none of whom is aware of the overall chain of events); the metrical organization of discourse in  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.8288837 fatcat:42y52pzg3bh7jjsa76rab7ve4e

Positive Allometry of Horns in the Rhinoceros Beetle Golofa xiximeca Does Not Follow Breaking-Point Patterns

Daniel A. Vera-Cano, Hugo A. Álvarez, Miguel A. Morón
2017 The Southwestern entomologist  
The available methods of inference include confidence intervals and one-sample tests for slope and elevation, testing for a common slope or elevation amongst several allometric lines, constructing a confidence  ...  If a vector of values for anyone of these arguments is passed to plot.sma, then successive plot.sma values are applied to each group, provided group structure is included in x and the vector length is  ...  Arguments object Object of class 'sma'. ... Further arguments ignored. Details Does not add much to print.sma, at the moment, except when fit by multiple groups. See sma for examples.  ... 
doi:10.3958/059.042.0412 fatcat:fjgs4mfb65a43dnjr356qm7dt4

Reasoning about climate uncertainty

Judith Curry
2011 Climatic Change  
A concerted effort by the IPCC is needed to identify better ways of framing the climate change problem, explore and characterize uncertainty, reason about uncertainty in the context of evidence-based logical  ...  This paper argues that the IPCC has oversimplified the issue of uncertainty in its Assessment Reports, which can lead to misleading overconfidence.  ...  Acknowledgements I would like to acknowledge the contributions of the Denizens of my blog Climate Etc.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10584-011-0180-z fatcat:raehcnrdzzctvd6mi5wppjepqm

The ontological foundation of Russell's theory of modality

Jan Dejnozka
1990 Erkenntnis: An International Journal of Scientific Philosophy  
In Part I, I show that Russell had a modal logic which he repeatedly described and that Russell repeatedly endorsed Leibniz's multiplicity of possible worlds.  ...  The transcendental theory underlies the primary level of Russell's modal logic. In Part IV, I examine Rescher's view that Russell and modal logic did not mix.  ...  Russell suggests this fourth argument as early as 1903 in Principles of Mathematics. 16 The insight of the fourth argument applies when Russell explains not logical necessity but only logical truth as  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf00216469 fatcat:fhtpq43ubbc3bnwcer4dhrtdsi

Culture and systems of thought: Holistic versus analytic cognition

Richard E. Nisbett, Kaiping Peng, Incheol Choi, Ara Norenzayan
2001 Psychological review  
The authors find East Asians to be holistic, attending to the entire field and assigning causality to it, making relatively little use of categories and formal logic, and relying on "dialectical" reasoning  ...  , whereas Westerners are more analytic, paying attention primarily to the object and the categories to which it belongs and using rules, including formal logic, to understand its behavior.  ...  Rules, in turn, are of value to the extent that they apply over a large number and specifiable type of objects, that is, to a category.  ... 
doi:10.1037//0033-295x.108.2.291 fatcat:k3t6jk6ig5a7vhtbbux2h6kmue

Undergraduate Students' Understanding of Proof: Relationships Between Proof Conceptions, Beliefs, and Classroom Experiences with Learning Proof

Despina A. Stylianou, Maria L. Blanton, Ourania Rotou
2015 International Journal of Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education  
This article presents the results from a study of 535 early undergraduate students at six universities that was designed to describe their views of the meaning of proof and how these views relate to their  ...  Arguments that the Bessence of mathematics lies in proofs^(Ross 1998, p. 2) and that Bproof is not a thing separable from mathematics....  ...  Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s40753-015-0003-0 fatcat:b3nriz4nkfaehc2a2d2kz4dnbi

Culture, dialectics, and reasoning about contradiction

Kaiping Peng, Richard E. Nisbett
1999 American Psychologist  
Chinese were also found to prefer dialectical resolutions to social conflicts, and to prefer dialectical arguments over classical Western logical arguments.  ...  European-American ways, on the other hand, deriving from a lay version of Aristotelian logic, result in a differentiation model that polarizes contradictory perspectives in an effort to determine which  ...  It is obvious now to readers that these laws of formal logic are not congruent with the principles of Eastern naïve dialecticism.  ... 
doi:10.1037/0003-066x.54.9.741 fatcat:kgeg5e64anb6hotkj7xtxd6b7e

Culture, dialectics, and reasoning about contradiction

Kaiping Peng, Richard E. Nisbett
1999 American Psychologist  
Chinese were also found to prefer dialectical resolutions to social conflicts, and to prefer dialectical arguments over classical Western logical arguments.  ...  European-American ways, on the other hand, deriving from a lay version of Aristotelian logic, result in a differentiation model that polarizes contradictory perspectives in an effort to determine which  ...  It is obvious now to readers that these laws of formal logic are not congruent with the principles of Eastern naïve dialecticism.  ... 
doi:10.1037//0003-066x.54.9.741 fatcat:q2tgf4ewinbj5lrqrgbzzbtj4e
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