Dialectical Argumentation as a Heuristic for Courtroom Decision Making

@inproceedings{Verheij2000DialecticalAA,
  title={Dialectical Argumentation as a Heuristic for Courtroom Decision Making},
  author={Bart Verheij},
  year={2000}
}
In his 1994 article 'On the Artificiali ty of Artificial Intell igence', Crombag claims that artificial intell igence (of the symbolic kind) is of little psychological relevance. According to Crombag, our understanding of the mind (and of the legal mind in particular) is hardly enhanced by artificial intell igence research. The main reason for his opinion is that there is no indication that the brain is like a digital computer in structure or in behavior. I agree with Crombag that digital… CONTINUE READING
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