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de la convivencia y la accion humana" (Rigotti y Greco Morasso, Argumentum, 23) y en tal sentido se entiende que la estructura logica de la argumentacion se manifieste mediante lenguaje ordinario y que en ella la persuasion resulte fundamental.
y debe saber enfocarse en el fin principal que esta buscando, dejando en segundo lugar los otros posibles fines" (Rigotti y Greco Morasso, Argumentum, 29-30).
In this paper, the author will be first concerned with defining, describing and explaining the concept of judge's knowledge; then, the paper will discuss the cases in which the judge's knowledge can by nature be regarded as an adequate argumentum in terms of the stages of judgment.
That is to say, in penal cases, the judge's knowledge is used not only for evaluating the presented arguments and evidences but also it is used as a criterion and argumentum for giving a sentence.
donde se menciona este argumentum cuando se habla de la [TEXTO IRREPRODUCIBLE EN ASCII] (que constituye la parte adversaria desde la perspectiva de la defensa): '[TEXTO IRREPRODUCIBLE EN ASCII].
Bien visto se podria quizas identificar un tercer argumentum, definido ab eo quod fieri deceat (35), que, sin embargo, resultaria unico en los manuales de que disponemos; el mismo argumento aparece tambien en el comentario de Elio Donato al mismo pasaje, pero es facil que las dos glosas esten vinculadas por una relacion de derivacion directa, sea este cualquiera que sea (36).
Consider: argumentum ad hominem ("argument against the person"), attacking an opponent's character instead of addressing the issue under discussion; petitio principii ("begging the question"), asking a question which assumes an unproven point; and post hoc, ergo propter hoc ("after this, therefore because of this") asserting that, simply because one event followed, another, the former caused the latter.
Since necropolitics is an inappropriate description of Filipino politicians' antics, I invent a more fitting phrase: argumentum ad mortuos-taken from Latin and translated into English as an appeal to dead persons.
Desde que el filosofo ingles John Locke clasificara cierto tipo de juicios como argumentum ad hominem -argumento dirigido a la persona--, estos se han entendido en muchos casos como la forma de falacia mas comun.
Se incurre en el argumentum ad hominem cuando se tergiversa un argumento valido y se afirma que X es una proposicion falsa porque la persona que la afirmo tiene algun defecto atacable, en lugar de preocuparse de la veracidad de X.
Secondly, the personal attacks are impelled by the fallacy of argumentum ad hominem which, in the language of the late Dean Francisco Africa, writing in "The Art of Argumentation Debate," is committed "when the disputant befogs the issue, thus evading the arguments of his opponent, and instead directs his attacks at the character, personality or belief of his adversary.
And if the purpose of the personal attacks on Brillantes is to get people's support, their authors commit the fallacy of argumentum ad populum which, again according to Dean Africa, is the fallacy committed "when the disputant evades the real question and appeals to the passions or prejudices of his hearers.

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