Category Archives: Rational Discourse

On the persuasiveness of views
due to their abundance of information

Credo quia absurdum.  – Tertulianus This draft  is to hint at a certain paradoxical  kind of  discourse,  such that  the efficiency of a persuasion – not infrequently – is due to its absurdity.  However, the paradox gets diminished,  provided that … Continue reading

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What are the odds
of creating a computational theory of argument?

This post is an abstract of a more extensive text to be posted later. In the moment, I wish to explain the intention of the above title, hoping that even such a concise message may become thought-provoking for those interested … Continue reading

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