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Philosophy and Argumentum ad Hominem
Persuasion and Validity in Philosophy
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absolute philosophies absolute self-refutation accept addressed appeal argue arguer argumentum ad hominem argumentum ad rem arises Aristotle assertion attack attempt begging the question belief characterized claim classical logic cogent color-blindness conceive concerned conclusion consists contradiction controversy correct language course criticism datum deductive Descartes difference discourse discussion distinction distinguish doubt evidence example fact formally valid function functionalist genuine Heidegger inconsistency interface interlocutor invalid language is correct law of non-contradiction machine Malcolm mathematical proof means merely mind modal logic morale munication nature noncognitive obligation Olbrechts-Tyteca ordinary language particular audience Passmore Perelman person persuasion philistine philosophical enterprise philosophical position philosophical statements polemic pragmatic premises presupposes presuppositions principle problem proof proposition public criteria rational realist reason refutation regard relevant responsible Rhetoric in Philosophy sense sentence conveys simply speaker subliminal stimulation suppose tautology techniques teleological argument theory thesis Thrasymachus truth universal audience valid argument valid philosophical argument verificationist Waismann Wittgenstein