favorite1In this work we have presented a proposal that aims at the integration of natural deduction and philosophical argumentation in an introductory course of Logic for Philosophy students.
favorite12On the contrary, it seems desirable to start by presenting and examining those strategies by means of philosophical arguments in natural language so as to help students understand the intuitive grounding of natural deduction rules that will be presented in the course section set apart for FOL.
favorite93We propose, firstly, that the relationship between argumentative strategies that are identifiable in natural language arguments and natural deduction rules of inference for FOL should be explicitly addressed.
favorite22In this paper we suggest a way of integrating the study of natural language arguments with FOL in introductory logic courses for the Humanities (especially Philosophy).
favorite29Abstract This paper tries to justify the relevance of an introductory course in Mathematical Logic in the Philosophy curriculum for analyzing philosophical arguments in natural language.