7th International Conference on Computational Models of Argument

11th - 14th September 2018

Workshop 3: Argumentation and Philosophy (ArgPhil)

11 September 2018, room 144 (1st floor), Institute for Philosophy and Sociology, Polish Academy of Sciences (IFiS PAN), Warsaw PL

Chair: Jacky Visser, Centre for Argument Technology, University of Dundee UK

This workshop invites extended abstracts on ongoing research in the philosophical study of argumentation, with a particular focus on research that bridges traditional areas of philosophy and computational approaches to argumentation. Areas of interest include (but are not limited to):

Note that the workshop is intended to be a forum for dissemination and discussion of work that is not necessarily fully matured. Hence the reviewing process will be relatively lightweight.

We welcome extended abstracts of no more than two pages, plus an additional page for references. Authors should prepare their submission following the instructions given by IOS Press and should include their names and affiliations. Submissions should follow the guidelines normally associated with short papers, and thus focus on outlining the motivation and significance of the work described, while giving only a brief overview of any technical contributions. Extended abstracts can be submitted through EasyChair at

https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=argphil2018

Post-proceedings: The possibility to publish a special issue of the Argument & Computation journal after ArgSoc and ArgPhil is under consideration.

Important Dates

Invited Speakers

Workshop schedule

9:00-13:10 Argumentation and Society (ArgSoc) Workshop The ArgSoc workshop precedes the ArgPhil workshop. Participants registered for ArgPhil are eligible to attend ArgSoc (and vice versa).
13:10-14:50 Lunch Break
14:50-15:20 Invited talk: Michał Araszkiewicz and Marcin Koszowy Reasoning and Argumentation: The Lvov-Warsaw School Perspective
15:20-15:40 Patrick Saint Dizier Organizing Polyphonies of Warrants
15:40-16:00 Annette Hautli-Janisz, Brian Plüss, Katarzyna Budzynska, Valentin Gold and Chris Reed Conventional Implicatures in Computational Argumentation
16:00-16:30 Coffee Break
16:30-16:50 Martín Pereira-Fariña, Patricia Martín-Rodilla and Cesar Gonzalez-Perez Dialogue between Experts in Conceptual Modelling in Cultural Heritage
16:50-17:10 Sanjay Modgil Many Kinds of Minds are Better than One: Value Alignment Through Dialogue
17:10-17:30 Angelina Bobrova When is Critical Thinking Critical?
17:30-17:50 Mathieu Beirlaen, Jesse Heyninck and Christian Straßer A Critical Assessment of Pollock’s Accounts of Suppositional Argumentation
17:50-18:10 Emil Weydert What is an argument? Nature and necessity of generalized arguments
18:10-18:15 Closing

Program Committee