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Lilian Bermejo Luque: Being justified as the effect of justifying

When:We 06-12-2017 15:15 - 17:00
Where:room Omega

Lecture by Lilian Bermejo Luque (Universidad de Granada), organized by the Department of Theoretical Philosophy

Argumentation Theory is frequently seen as the task of putting together all that we know about ways of arguing that have proven to be safe, in the sense of warranting –one way or another, and to a certain extent— their outcome. From this perspective, the relationship between Argumentation Theory and Epistemology would be a matter of epistemic justification becoming the main standard of argumentative goodness, so that Argumentation Theory turns into a particular type of applied epistemology. Yet, it is also possible....(continue reading...)