Cognitive Argumentation and the Suppression Task

This paper addresses the challenge of modeling human reasoning, within a new framework called Cognitive Argumentation. This framework rests on the assumption that human logical reasoning is inherently a process of dialectic argumentation and aims to develop a cognitive model for human reasoning that is computational and implementable... (read more)

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