Thursday, 28 January 2010

Where's Your Argument?

Informal Logic, Critical Thinking and Argumentation
A Two-Day Conference at Manchester Metropolitan University, Cheshire UK
Monday and Tuesday April 12th & 13th 2010

Frans van Eemeren
on the Pragma-Dialectical Approach to Argument
Lars Hertzberg
on the Grammar of Inference
Don S. Levi
on the Informality of Logic
Michael Loughlin
on the "Evidence Based Medicine" Debate
Steven Poole
on Unspeak
John Powell
on Criteria for Good Argument
Rupert Read
on “Reframing” and “Unspeak”? or Politics Without Propaganda?
Jamie Whyte
on Bad Thoughts and Worse Policies

The conference is free to attend, but you must book a place before April 1st 2010. We can arrange discounted accommodation, for a booking fee of £10 per person

For More Information email: whereisyourargument.mmu@googlemail.com

The conference is supported by donations from the Aristotelian Society, the British Society for the Philosophy of Science, the Mind Association and the Department of Interdisciplinary Studies, MMU Cheshire

Organisers: Ben Cassidy and Phil Hutchinson

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Where's Your Argument?

Informal Logic, Critical Thinking and Argumentation
A Two-Day Conference at Manchester Metropolitan University, Cheshire UK
Monday and Tuesday April 12th & 13th 2010

Frans van Eemeren
on the Pragma-Dialectical Approach to Argument
Lars Hertzberg
on the Grammar of Inference
Don S. Levi
on the Informality of Logic
Michael Loughlin
on the "Evidence Based Medicine" Debate
Steven Poole
on Unspeak
John Powell
on Criteria for Good Argument
Rupert Read
on “Reframing” and “Unspeak”? or Politics Without Propaganda?
Jamie Whyte
on Bad Thoughts and Worse Policies

The conference is free to attend, but you must book a place before April 1st 2010. We can arrange discounted accommodation, for a booking fee of £10 per person

For More Information email: whereisyourargument.mmu@googlemail.com

The conference is supported by donations from the Aristotelian Society, the British Society for the Philosophy of Science, the Mind Association and the Department of Interdisciplinary Studies, MMU Cheshire

Organisers: Ben Cassidy and Phil Hutchinson
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