Informal Logic

INFORMAL LOGIC is a peer reviewed journal publishing articles and reviews on topics related to reasoning and argumentation in theory and practice. It is deliberately multi-disciplinary, welcoming theoretical and empirical research from any pertinent field, including, but not restricted to, philosophy, rhetoric, communication, linguistics, psychology, artificial intelligence, education, law.

Vol 38, No 1 (2018): Special Issue: Reason and Rhetoric in the Time of Alternative Facts

Guest Editors: Katharina Stevens & Michael D. Baumtrog

Table of Contents

Articles

Michael D. Baumtrog
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1-12
Lars J. Kristiansen, Bernd Kaussler
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13-52
Katharina Stevens
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53-83
Axel Gelfert
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84-117

Teaching Supplement

Stephen Sullivan
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118-132

Critical Reviews

Geoff C. Goddu
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133-150
Paula Olmos
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151-183

 

Editors

J. Anthony Blair
Christopher W. Tindale,
University of Windsor

Contributing French Editor

Claude Gratton, Antelope Valley College, CA

Editorial Assistant

Curtis Hyra

Editors Emeriti

Ralph H. Johnson
Hans V. Hansen

 

Editorial Board

Scott Aiken, Vanderbilt
Derek Allen, Toronto
Sharon Bailin, Simon Fraser
Mark Battersby. Capilano
Lilian Bermeo-Luque, Granada
Frans van Eemeren, Amsterdam
Robert Ennis, Illinois
Maurice Finocchiaro, Nevada-Las Vegas
James Freeman, Brooklyn, CUNY
Bart Garssen, Amsterdam
Michael Gilbert, York
David Godden, Michigan State
Geoffrey Goddu, Richmond
Jean Goodwin, NC State
Trudy Govier, Lethbridge
Leo Groarke, Trent
Hans Hansen, Windsor
David Hitchcock, McMaster
Moira Howes, Trent
Catherine Hundleby, Windsor
Sally Jackson, Illinois
Ralph Johnson, Windsor
Christian Kock, Copenhagen
Tone Kvernbekk, Oslo
Christoph Lumer, Siena
Dima Mohammed, New Lisbon
Paula Olmos, Madrid Autonomous
Laura Pinto, Ontario Inst. of Technology
Michael Scriven, Claremont
Harvey Siegel, Miami
Cristián Santibáñez Yáñez, Diego Portales
A.F. Snoeck Henkemans, Amsterdam
Katharina Stevens, Lethbridge
Douglas Walton, Windsor
John Woods, British Columbia
David Zarefsky, Northwestern