Studies in Logic, Grammar and Rhetoric (De Gruyter), vol. 23(36)
This journal issue intends to give a representative sample of key strands of an inquiry into the intersection between argumentation theory and computer science. The papers of the volume discuss: (i) the state of the art of inquiry into the overlap between argumentation theory and computer science; (ii) the applications of the systems of logic in building tools for argument analysis and evaluation; (iii) the implementation of argumentation systems (such as Carneades) in the study of Artificial Intelligence; (iv) the implementation of the Argument Interchange Format as an instrument providing a universal language that allows computer scientists to unify various approaches to argument; (v) the tools (such as model checker Perseus) for measuring the quality of persuasion dialogs.
The journal SLGR is published under the auspices of the Polish Society for Logic and Philosophy of Science, and is one of Poland’s top philosophy journals with an international profile and indexed on lists such as Scopus, ERIH and IndexCopernicus. The unique profile of Studies in Logic, Grammar and Rhetoric lies in exploiting the three classical fields of the medieval trivium in the studies of communication. The journal was founded in 1980 by Witold Marciszewski – the logician and philosopher whose research is deeply rooted in the tradition of the Lvov-Warsaw School. Since 1980, SLGR has published 51 volumes. The SLGR journal is published under the Open Access policy, so all the papers can be downloaded for free.
- Chris Reed, Marcin Koszowy, The Development of Argument and Computation and Its Roots in the Lvov-Warsaw School
- Floris Bex, Chris Reed, Schemes of Inference, Conflict, and Preference in a Computational Model of Argument
- Kazimierz Trzęsicki, Arguments and Their Classification
- Leila Amgoud, Florence Dupin de Saint-Cyr, On the Quality of Persuasion Dialogs
- Katarzyna Budzyńska, Magdalena Kacprzak, Model Checking of Persuasion in Multi-Agent Systems
- Douglas Walton, How to Refute an Argument Using Artificial Intelligence
- Paweł Łoziński, An Algorithm for Incremental Argumentation Analysis in Carneades
- Edward Bryniarski, Zbigniew Bonikowski, Jacek Waldmajer, Urszula Wybraniec-Skardowska, Realistic Premises of Epistemic Argumentation for Dynamic Epistemic Logics
- Jacky Visser, Floris Bex, Chris Reed, Bart Garssen, Correspondence Between the Pragma-Dialectical Discussion Model and the Argument Interchange Format
- Marcin Lewiński, Dialectical Trade-Offs in the Design of Protocols for Computer-Mediated Deliberation
- Karolina Stefanowicz, New Tools for Social Dialogue on the Internet. Opportunities and Threats for New Social Sphere