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THE PROBLEM OF AUTHORITY
Peirces Four Methods of Fixing Belief
Science As the Modern Authoritarianism
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accepted According advice appeal to authority appeal to expert argument from authority argument from expert argumentum ad verecundiam Aristotle asserts authoritative basis bias Chapter cited claim closed world assumption conclusion context of dialogue court credible cundiam define dialectical evaluating evidence example expert authority expert opinion expert source expert system expert testimony expert witness fact factor Fearnside and Holther form of argument give given goal halo effect Hamblin inference informal logic issue judge junk science kind of argument knowledge base layperson Locke's account logic textbooks Lorenzo's Oil ment method nonexpert nonfallacious Odones particular party peirastic personal reliability persuasion dialogue physician Port-Royal Logic practical reasoning premises presumption problem proponent proposition qualified Radar Guns rational relevant respondent scientific experts scientists seems sequence side skill subquestions testify tion trial type of argument type of dialogue verecundiam argument verecundiam fallacy