Martin Schulz

Martin Schulz
Folkwang Universität der Künste · Department of Music

Retired from Folkwang University
Dictionary of Arguments - Editor

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https://www.philosophy-science-humanities-controversies.com Copy and paste the URL into your browser. Scholarly lexicon - online knowledge base - synopses of controversies - abstracts - excerpts - open for scientific contributors - new fields of specialization under way: exonomics - law- history - art theory - others
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The basics for the Dictionary of Arguments - How to find non-mentioned concepts
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https://www.philosophie-wissenschaft-kontroversen.de Copy and paste the URL into your browser. Scholarly lexicon - online knowledge base - synopses of controversies - abstracts - excerpts - open for scientific contributors - new fields of specialization under way: economics - law - history - art theory -
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Liliana Moldovan (L.M.): -"A lexicon", in a usual meaning, is a book or a catalog of words about a well-defined topic. "An argument" is a reason or a system of reasons used to defend an opinion, a belief or a conclusion. What is the "Lexicon of Arguments"? Martin Schulz (M.S.): -The "Lexicon of Arguments" is just what you said! Only "without paper"...
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The Lexicon of Arguments supplies condensed information to keywords in a discussion within a field of specialization.
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www.lexarg.de This short demonstration shows how you can use the Lexicon of Arguments to get quick information about the state of the art in a field of specialization. It also shows how you can make contributions yourself. Your name will be visible to the Google search. Students may take part in semester projects and get credit points for their co...
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www.philosophy-science-humanities-controversies.com This short demonstration shows how you can use the Lexicon of Arguments to get quick information about the state of the art in a field of specialization. It also shows how you can make contributions yourself. Your name will be visible to the Google search. Students may take part in semester proje...
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www.philosophy-science-humanities-controversies.com This short demonstration shows how you can use the Lexicon of Arguments to get quick information about the state of the art in a field of specialization. It also shows how you can make contributions yourself. Your name will be visible to the Google search. Students can take part in semester projec...
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Wie könnte ein Suchalgorithmus für wissenschaftliche Quellen aussehen? Wie findet man nicht erwähnte Begriffe? Wie erschließen sich implizite Kontroversen? Die Grundlagen für das Lexikon der Argumente.
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Welche Theorien widersprechen einander? Welcher Autor ist welcher Theorie zuzuordnen? Wo gibt es stillschweigende Kontroversen und Übereinstimmungen? Wo verlaufen die wissenschaftlichen Lager? Die Grundlagen für das Lexikon der Argumente.

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