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Falacias y argumentación
Falacias y argumentación

Falacias y argumentación

PHILOSOPHY

184 Pages, 5.75 x 8.5

Formats: Trade Paper

Trade Paper, $16.95 (US $16.95) (CA $22.95)

Publication Date: June 2019

ISBN 9788415271680

Rights: US & CA

Plaza y Valdes (Jun 2019)

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Overview

This book is an introduction to the theory of argumentation, with special attention on the study of informal fallacies. It exposes the more influential models for the distinction between good and bad argumentation and discusses whether some theory of fallacy might be able to serve as a model for evaluating arguments. The text also analyzes the function of the traditional catalog of fallacies, the distinction between bad and fallacious arguments, the possibility of developing a theory of fallacy worthy of that name, and even the coherence of the exact concept of "fallacy."Este libro es una introducción a la teoría de la argumentación, con especial atención al estudio de las falacias informales. En él se exponen los modelos más influyentes para la distinción entre buena y mala argumentación, y se discute si alguna teoría de la falacia podría servir como modelo para evaluar argumentos. Se analiza también la función del catálogo tradicional de falacias, la distinción entre malos argumentos y argumentos falaces, la posibilidad de desarrollar una teoría de la falacia digna de ese nombre e, incluso, la coherencia del concepto mismo de «falacia».

Author Biography

Lilian Barmejo Luque has a PhD in philosophy from the University of Murcia. She specializes in the theory of argumentation and the theories of rationality. Since 2002, she has worked as the Juan de la Cierva researcher in the department of logic, history, and philosophy of science at UNED. She currently works as the Ramon and Cajal scholar in the philosophy department at the University of Granada. She is a member of the research team for the Department of Speech Communication, Argumentation Theory, and Rhetoric of the University of Amsterdam. She is on the editorial board for the journals Cogency and Topoi. She won the Blair Essay Prize in 2005. In 2011, she published the manuscript Giving Reasons: A Linguist-Pragmatic Approach to Argumentation Theory.