Rebuschi, M., Batt, M., Heinzmann, G., Lihoreau, F., Musiol, M., Trognon, A. (Eds.)
2014, VIII, 372 p. 45 illus., 1 illus. in color.
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Builds on the interdisciplinary scientific project, DiaRaFor (“Dialogue, Rationality, Formalisms”)
Examines meeting points between different disciplines including logic and the social sciences and offers new insights
Presents contributions from international experts across various disciplines
This book presents comparisons of recent accounts in the formalization of natural language (dynamic logics and formal semantics) with informal conceptions of interaction (dialogue, natural logic, and attribution of rationality) that have been developed in both psychology and epistemology. There are four parts which explore: historical and systematic studies; the formalization of context in epistemology; the formalization of reasoning in interactive contexts in psychology; the formalization of pathological conversations.
Part one discusses the Erlangen School, which proposed a logical analysis of science as well as an operational reconstruction of psychological concepts. These first chapters provide epistemological and psychological insights into a conceptual reassessment of rational reconstruction from a pragmatic point of view.
The second focus is on formal epistemology, where there has recently been a vigorous contribution from experts in epistemic and doxatic logics and an attempt to account for a more realistic, cognitively plausible conception of knowledge.
The third part of this book examines the meeting point between logic and the human and social sciences and the fourth part focuses on research at the intersection between linguistics and psychology.
Internationally renowned scholars have contributed to this volume, building on the findings and themes relevant to an interdisciplinary scientific project called DiaRaFor (“Dialogue, Rationality, Formalisms”) which was hosted by the MSH Lorraine (Lorraine Institute for Social Sciences and Humanities) from 2007 to 2011.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »Conversation, Pathology, Formalization - Dialogue and Calculation - Discourse in Schizophrenic Disorders - Epistemic closure principle - Evert Willem Beth and Jean Piaget - Knowledge Attributions - Lorenzen's defense of rationality - Modelling Dynamic Effects of Discourse - Pragmatics of Veridicity - Rationality of Performance - Reasoning in Interactive Context - Rhetorical aspects of Dialogue Analysis - SDRT to analyze logicality - SDRT to analyze pathological conversations - SDRT to analyze pragmatic deviances - SDRT to analyze rationality - Zeltner's critique of the Erlangen school - dynamics of belief - knowledge in context - knowledge, belief and conditional belief - procedural information