A workshop Feb. 17 and 18 will consider the contributions made by the late Douglas Walton in the fields of argumentation and informal logic.
Media portrayal of the arrival of migrants in Greece and Italy in 2015 threw European politics into crisis.
Philosophy professor Catherine Hundleby will deliver her lecture “We should be able to argue well” Friday as practice for a weekend TEDx talk.
UWindsor professor Michael Darroch will discuss post-war studies of communications in a public lecture Feb. 8.
A lecture Friday will introduce a tool to diagnose sophistical tactics fallacies.
Curtis Hyra will explore the benefits of a high-trust work environment in a free public lecture Friday, September 28.
Communications professor Thomas Goodnight of the University of Southern California will present on the UWindsor campus Friday and Monday.
Waleed Mebane, a doctoral candidate in argumentation studies, will explore the topic of “Argument Mining” in a free public lecture February 16.
Philosophy professor Catherine Hundleby will present “Epistemic Coverage and the Argument from Ignorance” on Friday, January 12.