Nouvelle collection MESHS/STL chez Springer
Logic, Argumentation & Reasoning.
Interdisciplinary Perspectives from the Humanities and Social Sciences
Directeur de publication : Shahid Rahman.
Cette nouvelle collection est issue d’un partenariat entre la Maison Européenne des Sciences de l’Homme et de la Société Nord-Pas de Calais(MESHS) et l‘UMR 8163 “Savoirs, textes, langage” (STL), dans le cadre du programme ADA (Argumenter Dacider Agir).
This series publishes volumes that link practices in the Humanities and Social Sciences, with theories in Logic, Argumentation and Reasoning, such as: Decision theory and action theory, Argumentation Theories in: cognitive sciences, economy, sociology, law, logic, philosophy of sciences. The series is open towards research from the Analytic and the Continental traditions, and has four main focus areas: Pragmatic models and studies that develop a dynamic approach to reasoning in which argumentation is structured as an interaction or as a game, in which two or more participants play moves defined by the type of argumentation in question, communication, language and techniques of argumentation: studies between the practical and theoretical dimensions of argumentation, as well as the relationships between argumentation and other modes of communication, reception, persuasion and power: studies in which reasoning practice is considered from the point of view of its capacity to produce conviction of persuasion, and focusing on understanding what makes an argument performative, Diachronic transformations of reasoning practices studies that emphasize the invention and renewal of reasoning forms, with respect to its performance and its effectiveness.
Elle vient de faire paraître son premier volume : Carlo Cellucci, Rethinking Logic: Logic in Relation to Mathematics, Evolution, and Method, Springer (coll. “Logic, Argumentation & Reasoning, 1”, 2013.