Perspectives on theory of controversies and the ethics of communication : explorations of Marcelo Dascal's contributions to philosophy / edited by Dana Riesenfeld, Giovanni Scarafile.

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Perspectives on theory of controversies and the ethics of communication : explorations of Marcelo Dascal's contributions to philosophy / edited by Dana Riesenfeld, Giovanni Scarafile.
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Dordrecht : Springer, 2014.

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219 p.; 25 cm.
Series Statement
Logic, argumentation & reasoning ; 2
Uniform Title
Logic, Argumentation & Reasoning ; 2.
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Contents
  • Introductory Essay -- Sob o mesmo cu. Listening and Dialogue as Ethics of Communication; Giovanni Scarafile -- Chapter 1. The Exclusion Argument; Yaron Senderowicz -- Chapter 2. Rationality and Controversy. Reading Darwin through Dascalian eyes; Anna Carolina Regner -- Chapter 3. Extrinsical or Intrinsical Necessity? Hobbes and Bramhall on Free Will; Daniel Mishori -- Chapter 4. Locke and Leibniz on the Balance of Reasons; Markku Roinila -- Chapter 5. Harmonizing the Poles: A Note on Leibniz's Notion of Justice; Noa Naaman-Zauderer -- Chapter 6. On the Sum of all Differences and the Origin of Mathematics according to Leibniz: Mathematical and Philosophical Aspects; Michel Serfati -- Chapter 7. Emoticons and Illocutionary Force; Eli Dresner and Susan C. Herring -- Chapter 8. Brandom and the Boy who Cried Wolf; Dana Riesenfeld -- Chapter 9. Speakers Meaning: With Reference to Marcelo Dascals book Mashav Ha-Ruah; Rodica Amel
  • Chapter 10. Religion and Politics: The Controversy over the Political Mandate of the Protestant Church in Germany (EKD) Relating to the Eastern Policy 1950-1972; Hartmut Rudolph -- Chapter 11. The Dynamic Role of Toleration in an Emerging Pluralism; Herzl Baruch -- Chapter 12. Elements of Controversy: Responses to Antisemitism in nascent German Social Science; Amos Morris-Reich -- Chapter 13. The esprit prophetique: Brief Remarks on the Phenomenology of Genius in Diderot; Giovanni Scarafile -- Chapter 14. On what is Harmful: The Negative Basis of Normative Agreements; Carlos Thiebaut -- Chapter 15. Unity of science and encyclopaedia: From the Idea to the Configurations; Olga Pombo -- Chapter 16. Habit, Self-Organization, and Abduction; Ramon, S.C. de Andrade, Mariana C. Broens, Itala M.L. DOttaviano, Maria E.Q. Gonzalez -- Chapter 17. Dialogues and Monologues in Logic; Shahid Rahman
  • Chapter 18. A Controversy that Never Happened: Ancient and Modern Concepts of Opinion, Knowledge and Information-Seeking Behavior; Peter J. Schulz -- Chapter 19. Postface. Philosophical Dialogue; Marcelo Dascal.
ISBN
  • 9789400771307 (hbk.)
  • 9400771304 (hbk.)
OCLC
858826811
Owning Institutions
Harvard Library