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3220

File pertains to a course taught by Gilbert, Argumentation Theory (PHIL 3220) in fall 2006. Items in this file include a course outline, a reading list, and lecture notes.

4900 2005/06

File pertains to a course taught by Gilbert, People, Bodies and Philosophy (PHIL 4900), in 2005-2006. Records in this file are a course outline, an essay assignment, notes and a journal article.

Accounting

File pertains to Gilbert's SSHRC funding and related expenditures. Records in this file are travel grant notice, monthly and summary financial statements, memoranda, invoices, and a letter.

Affirm. action

File consists of memoranda, an agenda and drafts pertaining to the development of a Department of Philosophy affirmative action plan.

Argument, advanced

File pertains to a course taught by Gilbert, "Advanced Argument". Records in this file are a course outline, lecture notes and a magazine article.

CA overview

File pertains to a presentation given by Gilbert entitled "Coalescent Argumentation: an overview". Items in this file are the text of the presentation and accompanying overhead transparencies. Also included is the text of a 1995 talk given by Gilbert entitled "Modes, Coalescence & Pragma-Dialectics".

Conflict 420.6

File consists of notes, diagrams, photocopied articles, a letter, a course description, and a reading list pertaining to this course, Formal Philosophy (AS/PH 420.6). Also included is a student paper featuring an analysis of Gilbert's work.

Department of Philosophy course lists

File pertains to Gilbert's work as Department of Philosophy Undergraduate Programme Director and course planning for the department. Items in this file include departmental course listings, schedules, budget documents, course enrolment statistics, memoranda, notes and lecturer CVs.

EDM

File pertains to Gilbert's business, EDM: Effective Dispute Management, and his speaking engagements and corporate training services on this subject. Records in this file are correspondence, a flyer, a business registration form, invoices, information sheets, an agenda, notes and memoranda.

Fed.

File pertains to a proposal to form a federated philosophy department at York University, unifying departments at Atkinson College and Glendon College as part of the Faculty of Arts. Items in this file are course listings, an Atkinson College lecture schedule (1994/95), memoranda, and notes.

Feminist CD

File consists of presentation slides (paper and overhead transparencies) and speaking notes for a talk by Gilbert entitled "The Feminist Cross Dresser: consciousness-raising 101 for committed cross dressers".

Language, phil. of (PH 320)

File pertains to a course taught by Gilbert, Philosophy of Language (PH 320.6). Records in this file are an examination, a test, notes, course handouts and a course outline.

Logic, advanced : PH310

File pertains to courses taught by Gilbert, Symbolic Logic (PH 310), Modern Symbolic Logic (PHL 250) and PHL 350. Records in this file are course outlines, lecture notes, examinations, quizzes, handouts, and quiz answers.

Logic : intro

File consists of a test and test answers for Introduction to Logic (PH 2100), taught by Gilbert in Oct. 1983.

Major News

File consists of two issues of York University's Department of Philosophy newsletter, "The Major News" (Sept. 1992, Mar. 1993).

NX ref.

File consists of a document written by Gilbert for the Department of Philosophy entitled "NEXUS user's kit: a guide for beginners" and supporting materials.

PHIL 4900 11/12

File pertains to this course taught by Gilbert in 2011-2012. Items in this file are a lecture schedule, a reading list, an assignment, and lecture notes.

Philosophy department : Toronto

File pertains to Gilbert's position as a visiting professor in University of Toronto's Department of Philosophy between 1973 and 1975. Records in this file are correspondence and forms.

Possible worlds : 1009x

File pertains to a University of Toronto graduate philosophy course (1009x) taught by Gilbert, Special Topics: Modality, Counterfactuals, and Possible Worlds. Records in this file are lecture notes, a course description and a class list.

Russell, intro to

File pertains to a University of Toronto philosophy course (PHL232) taught by Gilbert, The Philosophy of Bertrand Russell, in summer 1975. Records in this file are lecture notes, a course outline, a letter, examinations from previous years of the course (1972-1974), a reading list, study questions, and a final examination.

SGY 2005/6

File pertains to Gilbert's involvement with SexGen York. Records in this file are e-mail, notes, meeting agendas and minutes, a brief on the Inclusion Project, memoranda, the "Final Report on the Status of the Recommendations of the President's Task Force on Homophobia and Heterosexism - ten years after", a list of gender-neutral toilets on campus, the "Report of the Senate Executive Sub-committee on Equity to the President's Advisory Committee on Human Rights", and presentation slides. Also included are agendas for meetings of Gender Neutral Housing, for which Gilbert served as a SexGen York representative.

UGD 92/93

File pertains Gilbert's role as the Department of Philosophy's Undergraduate Director. Records in this file are a faculty list, a degree requirements document, memoranda, correspondence, a departmental newsletter, notes, a departmental overview written by Gilbert, curricular submissions for 1993/94, the constitution of the York Philosophy Students' Association, and course enrollment statistics.

Undergrad dir. 90/91

File pertains Gilbert's role as the Department of Philosophy's Undergraduate Director. Records in this file are grade statistics, notes, memoranda, and a course proposal.

UPD 93/94

File consists of correspondence, memoranda, course proposals, course statistics, and course lists pertaining to Gilbert's role as Undergraduate Programme Director in the Department of Philosophy.

UPD 99/00

File pertains to Gilbert's role as Department of Philosophy Undergraduate Program Director in 1999-2000. Records include memoranda, course offering lists, program enrolment statistics, budget documents, full-time faculty complement lists, new course proposals, course descriptions, and e-mail.

York University pamphlets

File consists of a pamphlet entitled "A step by step guide to York University's harassment and discrimination complaint procedures for employees", a pamphlet from the Centre of Race & Ethnic Relations, a Positive Space resource and referral list for the York University campus, a Sexual Assault Survivors' Support line pamphlet entitled "Sexual Assault & Dating", and a Coalition for Lesbian and Gay Rights in Ontario mailing card to Ontario Premier Mike Harris regarding same-sex relationship rights.

Academic papers by Michael Gilbert

File pertains to Gilbert's academic writing, including conference and other draft papers and published journal articles. Items in this file are the following: "What is an Emotional Argument? Or Why Do Argument Theorists Quarrel with their Mates?" (1994), "Multi-Modal Argumentation" (1994) "Emotional Messages" (1998), "Prolegomenon to Pragmatics of Emotion" (1997), "Emotion, Argumentation & Informal Logic" (2001), "Getting Good Value: Facts, Values, and Goals in Computational Linguistics", "Let's Talk: Emotion and the Pragma-Dialectic Model" [ca. 2003].

"Arguing with Lawyers"

File pertains to this manuscript by Gilbert, co-authored with Simon R. Fodden, and his efforts to publish the book, as well as workshops conducted by Gilbert and Fodden on this subject. Records in this file are correspondence, a prospectus, sample chapters, outlines, a workshop handout, pamphlets, notes, an agreement of employment, and a newspaper advertisement.

Argument, Theory of

File pertains to a paper written by Gilbert entitled "A Theory of Argument". Records in this file are notes and draft papers.

AA [Argument & Arguers]

File pertains to an article written by Gilbert entitled "Arguments & Arguers", submitted for publication to "Teaching Philosophy". Records in this file are correspondence and an article draft.

Barry Farber

File consists of Gilbert handwritten and typescript notes on a fictional character named Barry Farber, as well as newspaper clippings.

BS [The Buddy System] notes

File consists of Gilbert's handwritten notes and course handouts on the general subject of dispute resolution and communication, and a copy of Gilbert's paper "Effective Dispute Communication".

CA [Coalescent Argumentation]

File pertains to the publication of Gilbert's book "Coalescent Argumentation" by Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Inc.. Records in this file include a signed contract, correspondence, and royalty statements.

Delimitation of arg.

File pertains to an article written by Gilbert entitled "The Delimitation of Argument", submitted for publication to the "Journal of Philosophy and the American Philosophical Quarterly" and presented at the Ontario Philosophical Society meeting in Oct. 1990. Records in this file are correspondence, article drafts, e-mail, notes, a call for papers and meeting programs, and referees' reports.

"Discovering Logic" : corres.

File consists of correspondence, a prospectus, memoranda and reader feedback pertaining to Gilbert's efforts to find a publisher for his textbook "Discovering Logic".

Dispute, Theory of

File pertains to a paper written by Gilbert entitled "Towards a Theory of Dispute", submitted for publication to several journals. Records in this file are article drafts including diagrams, correspondence, and notes.

FF [First Five]

File consists of a movie synopsis and concept statement written by Gilbert for a film project entitled "First Five".

Haack, "Deviant Logic" review

File pertains to Gilbert's review of this book, "Deviant Logic: Some Philosophical Issues" by Susan Haack, published in "The Journal of the Philosophy of Science" in Mar. 1978. Records in this file are drafts of the review, notes, correspondence and a photocopy of the published review.

"Hi, Mom" : unpub.

File consists of draft manuscripts of this short story by Gilbert and correspondence pertaining to his efforts to publish the story.

MM [Multi-Modal Argumentation]

File pertains to an article written by Gilbert entitled "Multi-Modal Argumentation", submitted to a variety of journals and published in "Philosophy of the Social Sciences" in June 1994. Records in this file include correspondence, article drafts, an abstract, referees' reports, page proofs, and a contract.

On Gilbert

File consists of academic papers, a journal article and a letter analyzing Gilbert's book "Coalescent Argumentation".

Papers

File consists of articles, both manuscripts and published copies, written by Gilbert. The following articles are included in the file: "Backing Buck: A Reply to Posner", "David Lewis on Possible Worlds", "Stalnaker: A Theory of Conditionals", "An Analysis of Relevance", "The Philosophy of Dispute: I :In Defense of Sophists", and "Solving Cross Words Puzzles".

RAA, a heuristic for

File pertains to an article written by Gilbert entitled "A Heuristic Procedure for Natural Deduction Derivations Using Reductio Ad Absurdum" and its publication in "The Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic". Records in this file are paper drafts, correspondence, an abstract, and notes.

Readings

File consists of correspondence and notices pertaining to Gilbert's participation in writers' festivals and events.

Relevance, an analysis of

File pertains to an article written by Gilbert entitled "An Analysis of Relevance", submitted for publication to "Theory and Decision", "The Philosophical Review" and "The Journal of Philosophy". Records in this file are correspondence, a referee's report, draft articles, and notes.

Right - coresp.

File consists of correspondence exchanged between Gilbert and Joni Evans of the William Morris Agency regarding Gilbert's manuscript entitled "Right".

"A Shocking Death" : unpub.

File pertains to this short story by Gilbert, submitted for publication in short story anthologies. Records in this file are correspondence and drafts of the story.

Uptown [The Uptown Cookbook]

File consists of a proposal and excerpt for a written work by Gilbert entitled "The Uptown Cookbook: A Modern Guide to the Composition and Value of Fine Food".

Willard, C.

File consists of notes and correspondence exchanged between Gilbert and Charles A. Willard pertaining to Willard's visits to York University.

Win : corr.

File consists of correspondence, memoranda, royalty statements, a copy of a contract, tip sheets, and a promotional itinerary pertaining to the publishing and promotion of Gilbert's book "How to Win an Argument".

WLPK

File consists of two drafts of a story by Gilbert entitled "The KpL Club", submitted to "The Globe and Mail" in Sept. 1992, as well as a reply letter from Philip Jackman, and a newspaper clipping from the "Wheels" section of "The Toronto Star".

Fantasia Fair 1995

File consists of newsletters, registration forms, programs, letters, a photograph and workshop materials pertaining to the Fantasia Fair held in Provincetown, Massachusetts, in October 1995.

IFGE 2005 : Austin TX

File pertains to Gilbert's attendance and presentation at the 2005 conference of the International Foundation for Gender Education Inc., held in Austin, Texas. Records in this file are correspondence, e-mail, Gilbert's presentation proposal, and a conference program.

Very old

File consists of letters, receipts and identity cards pertaining to Gilbert's early life and education at the State University of New York at Buffalo, as well as children's drawings, a letter of reference, a theatre program, Gilbert's early poetry, newspaper and magazine articles, a pamphlet, a card and photographs.

Berkeley

File consists of handwritten notes and two student papers written by Gilbert entitled "An explication and defense of Van Iten's interpretation of Berkeley" and "Berkeley: Ontology or Epistemology".

"Telos" letters

File consists of copies of letters written by Alison Jagger, Paul Piccone, Severin Schurger and Gilbert pertaining to the launch of journal "Telos" at SUNY Buffalo.

2200

File pertains to a course taught by Gilbert over several years, Reason, Rhetoric and Argument (PHIL 220.3W). Items in this file are syllabi, quizzes, an outline for written assignments, notes, handouts, a diagram, and assignment topics. Also included in the file is a syllabus for another course taught by Gilbert, Modes of Reasoning (AK/MR371), in the summer of 1978.

2250

File pertains to a course taught by Gilbert, Gender and Sexuality (PHIL 2250) in fall 2006. Items in this file are a course outline and reading list.

3220

File pertains to a course taught by Gilbert, Argumentation Theory (PHIL 3220) in fall 2007. Items in this file are a course outline, reading list and a take-home final exam.

4220 96/97

File pertains to a course taught by Gilbert, Topics in Argumentation Theory: Coalescent Argumentation (PHIL 4220). Items in this file are lecture notes, a course outline, and a chapter by Gilbert entitled "The Recent history of Argumentation theory".

5240-4220 2000/01

File pertains to a graduate/undergraduate course taught by Gilbert in 2000-2001, Topics in Argumentation Theory: Emotion in Argumentation (PHIL 5524 and PHIL 4220). Items in this file are course outlines, a reading list, and a journal article.

6250

File pertains to a course taught by Gilbert in 2008. Records in this file are notes, lecture notes, a handout and an e-mail.

Bibliographies

File consists of miscellaneous philosophy-related bibliographies and reading lists.

Curr 2001/02

File pertains to Gilbert's work as Department of Philosophy Undergraduate Programme Director and course planning for the department. Items in this file include course lists, enrollment statistics, memoranda, budget documents, faculty lists, and course descriptions.

Curriculum comm.

File pertains to Gilbert's involvement with the Department of Philosophy's Curriculum Committee. Records in this file are course lists and enrollment statistics, a list of faculty members, a description of courses in philosophy at York University, a mini course calendar and memoranda.

Examinations : non-logic

File consists of examinations for Gilbert's courses, The Philosophy of Bertrand Russell (PHL 232H) in summer 1975 and Probability and Inductive Logic (PHL 251Y) in summer 1974.

FA data resources '93

File consists of a Faculty of Arts resource analysis model 1993-1994, Department of Philosophy salary budget information for 1993-1994, and graphs.

Grades : York

File pertains to grade reporting by Gilbert for courses taught at York University between 1975 and 1994. Records in this file are memoranda, grading scales, grade reporting sheets and statistics, course quizzes and assignments.

Logic 420 : logic & truth

File pertains to a course taught by Gilbert, Topics in Formal Philosophy (AS/PH 420). Records in this file are notes and a course description.

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