Seven UWindsor authors – Tony Blair, Leo Groarke, Ralph Johnson, Kate Parr, Robert Pinto, Christopher Tindale, Douglas Walton – account among them for at least five textbooks on reasoning and argument evaluation.
Now, several members of that group are working to identify an approach to informal logic common to this University.
Blair, Johnson and Tindale have drafted the Windsor Method, which outlines a broad school of thought on identifying, analyzing and judging reasoning and arguments.
They will discuss their work in a free public lecture on Thursday, October 27, at 3 p.m. in the seminar room of Parker House, 105 Sunset Avenue. The three scholars are all research fellows of the Centre for Research in Reasoning, Argumentation and Rhetoric, which presents the event.