Location

Room 2

Document Type

Commentary

Keywords

Informal Logic (journal), informal logic movement, Informal Logic Newsletter, Infrastructure, Media

Start Date

3-6-2020 8:01 AM

End Date

3-6-2020 9:00 AM

Abstract

This article comments on Federico Puppo's position that a 'Canadian' school of argumentation exists. Based upon archival research, oral history interviews and published documents on the informal logic movement in the 1970s and 1980s, it is argued that Canadian infrastructure for informal logic and argumentation existed, in which a Canadian school of argumentation could exist.

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Commentary: Canadian infrastructure for a ‘Canadian’ ‘school’ of informal logic and argumentation

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This article comments on Federico Puppo's position that a 'Canadian' school of argumentation exists. Based upon archival research, oral history interviews and published documents on the informal logic movement in the 1970s and 1980s, it is argued that Canadian infrastructure for informal logic and argumentation existed, in which a Canadian school of argumentation could exist.