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5.3: Formal and informal argument

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5.3
Formal and informal argument


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5.3
Critique of
formal and
informal
argument


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5.3
Critique of
formal and
informal
argument

It is useful to distinguish between ‘formal’ and ‘natural’ language.


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5.3
Critique of
formal and
informal
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Formal language is a rule-governed set of symbols arranged to express relations.


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5.3
Critique of
formal and
informal
argument

‘Natural’ language is ordinary human language primarily used for communication.


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5.3
Critique of
formal and
informal
argument


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5.3
Critique of
formal and
informal
argument


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5.3
Critique of
formal and
informal
argument

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