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Argumenting, proving, explaining: continuity or cognitive break. (Argomentare, dimostrare, spiegare: continuita o rottura cognitiva?) (Italian)
Mat. Didatt., No. 2, 130-152 (1996).
Argumenting is a kind of reasoning connected with the natural language, the basis of proving is logig. After a detailed concept analysis and differentiation, essential differences are the result, so that the development of argumentation does not show a way for deductive proving. Independent, specific courses are necessary. (This article has been published in French in "petit x", 31, 1992-93, p. 37-61).
Classification: E50
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