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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Sascha MaicherFall

PHI1101- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 40 pages long!)

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The goal of critical thinking is to challenge and question our beliefs and coming to our most fallacy free conclusions as we can possibly come to and t
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Laura ByrneFall

[PHI1101] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (78 pages long)

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Two steps: 1. take a physical inventory of goods on hand. All companies(using the perpetual or periodic inventory system) need to determine quantity of
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Mark BrownFall

[PHI1101] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes fot the exam (51 pages long!)

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Arguments: set of claims, one of which is meant to be supported by the others. To give an argument - to make a claim & offer it as reasons for acceptan
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Mark BrownWinter

[PHI1101] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (134 pages long!)

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A statement: a claim that something is or is not the case. A statement is a simple sentence that has just one meaning, for it expresses one thought. In
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Mark BrownFall

PHI1101- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 23 pages long!)

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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Laura ByrneFall

[PHI1101] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes fot the exam (78 pages long!)

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Two steps: 1. take a physical inventory of goods on hand. All companies(using the perpetual or periodic inventory system) need to determine quantity of
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Christopher Mc GrathFall

[PHI1101] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 46 pages long Study Guide!

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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Sascha MaicherFall

[PHI1101] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (55 pages long!)

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The opposite of critical thinking is dogmatism - anti-thinking. Always know that you can be wrong. Being totally sure is a dangerous thing. Claim: a cl
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Vincent BergeronSpring

PHI1101- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 31 pages long!)

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To not exist would be a serious flaw, so the idea of this argument is that if you accept these two premises, it looks to the person making the argument
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Mark BrownFall

[PHI1101] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (42 pages long)

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An argument intended to provide probable (but not conclusive) support for its conclusion. The premises of a non- deductive argument are meant to make t
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101AllFall

PHI 1101 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Boogie 2Nite, Passive Smoking

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First test: 40 marks worth 10% of final mark. Closed book: for each of the following, on the line provided, write what is implicit -- premise or conclu
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101AllFall

PHI 1101 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Hasty Generalization, Nerd, Slippery Slope

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Third test: 70 marks worth 25% of final mark. Lmx 122: for each of the following on the line provided write what is implicit -- premise or conclusion -
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101AllFall

PHI 1101 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Bloodhound

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Phi 1101: reasoning and critical thinking practice #1: for each of the following on the line provided write what is implicit -- premise or conclusion -
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101AllFall

PHI 1101 Study Guide - Final Guide: Modus Ponens, Logical Form, Tim Hortons

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For each of the following sentences, determine whether it is best interpreted as analytic, synthetic, or contradictory. 1. she worked on her paper for
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101AllFall

PHI 1101 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: John Searle, Thomas Nagel, Chinese Room

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Part i: write a short answer (1-3 paragraph) to three (3) of the following five (5) Questions (3 x 10 marks = 30 marks). (note: answers to these questi
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101AllFall

PHI 1101 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Coleslaw, Foodborne Illness, Socialized Medicine

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Second test: 50 marks worth 25 % of final mark. Do not detach any of the pages of this test: please circle the letter that corresponds to the best answ
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101AllFall

PHI 1101 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Logical Form, Ds 3, Syllogism

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Second test: 60 marks worth 15% of final mark. Lmx 122: for each of the following on the line provided write what is implicit -- premise or conclusion
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101AllFall

PHI 1101 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Cephalus, Glaucon, Hormel

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And when thou hast done so, come weep with me; past hope, past cure, past help! This is a statement (1 mark) because it is a sentence used to make a cl
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101AllFall

PHI 1101 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Cirque Du Soleil

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Write what is implicit the premise or the conclusion, and then write what the implicit premise or conclusion is: toby is quite certainly the person who
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101AllFall

PHI 1101 Study Guide - Final Guide: Venn Diagram

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Final exam: 110 marks worth 50% of final mark. 1: circle the letter that corresponds to the best answer. In your booklet write what is implicit premise
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Laura ByrneFall

PHI 1101 Lecture 26: PHIL 1101 - Lecture 26 - Exam Review

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Exam information: one extra republic question in regard to thinking critically, review your guideline for answering these types of questions in order t
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Laura ByrneFall

PHI 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 25: Modus Ponens, Fallacy, Acronym

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Difficult for me to follow as i did not write the test. Application answers: errors in the definitions one is too narrow. The other is too contradictor
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Laura ByrneFall

PHI 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: False Dilemma, Fallacy, Begging

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Today: finishing unit 6 & definition of justice. Assessing arguments continued: begging the question, inconsistency. It is a set of alternatives regard
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Laura ByrneFall

PHI 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Non Sequitur (Comic Strip), Fallacy, Unit

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Not covering the equality of male and female guardians. It is all about finding yourself rather than creating or making yourself: rulers are there beca
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Laura ByrneFall

PHI 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Glaucon, Begging, Fallacy

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Read: justice in the city for next week. Housing and property arrangements for the auxiliaries and guardians. In the last section, we learned that they
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Laura ByrneFall

PHI 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Modus Tollens, Modus Ponens, Enthymeme

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Today: reconstructing arguments and applying what is learned through the republic. Remember: unit 6 you want to defer this until unit 7 due to the fall
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Laura ByrneFall

PHI 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Glaucon

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Getting your test back the thursday of week 12. Next week: unit 5 critical thinking ch. 4 and thursday read housing/property & objection within the rep
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Laura ByrneFall

PHI 1101 Study Guide - Fall 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Baltimore Stars, Socrates, Sophist

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*we now are moving from the modern period towards the post-modern period. This is considered one of the greatest debates of our time currently. Note: i
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Laura ByrneFall

PHI 1101 Study Guide - Fall 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Baltimore Stars, Socrates, God

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*we now are moving from the modern period towards the post-modern period. This is considered one of the greatest debates of our time currently. Note: i
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Laura ByrneFall

PHI 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Glaucon, Utopia, Sophist

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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Laura ByrneFall

PHI 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Modus Tollens, Modus Ponens

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This lecture is short due to the professor returning the first midterm in class. If you have x you are going to have that y. e. g. being a cat is suffi
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Laura ByrneFall

PHI 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Hot Dog Bun, Dachshund, Thrasymachus

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Critical thinking chapter 3 is what is needed to be read for this section. He is one of young individuals who is going to grow up and is not okay with
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Laura ByrneFall

PHI 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Don Draper, Thrasymachus, Martial Arts

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Reminder you will be getting your test on the 19th if all goes well. You are now working on unit 3, we did the critical thinking part. Today you are wo
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Laura ByrneFall

PHI 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Capybara, Reference Class Problem, Unit

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Get back your test graded on the tuesday/thursday of week 7! Readings from ct unit 2 for next week. In book one of the republic, you saw socrates try a
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Laura ByrneFall

PHI 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Cephalus, Disjunctive Syllogism

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Test one: all material from unit 1 & 2. It is marked out of 50, 25% of your grade. Concept section: 11 questions for the midterm, true or false, fill i
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Laura ByrneFall

PHI 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Cephalus, Polemarchus, Thrasymachus

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Note: this is the last day for new material (what you need to know for. The midterm: thursday she is indicating what you need to know exactly from the.
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Laura ByrneFall

PHI 1101 Lecture Notes - Fall 2018 Lecture 4 - Law of excluded middle, Syllogism, Logical connective

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Review of concepts questions for unit 1 (slide 65: you are not going to get photos in your tests. Video: dog knows a 1000 words has a variety of toys a
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Laura ByrneFall

PHI 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Argument Clinic, Unit

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Unit 2: building on the basic concepts of critical thinking. Note: if you want to get ahead, you can start reading the material for unit 3. You see the
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Laura ByrneFall

PHI 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Pythia, Thrasymachus, Principle Of Bivalence

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Note: can read ahead if you like on the sections of the republic and chapter 2! Recap of last class: e. g. the law of bivalence; featuring the analogy
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Laura ByrneFall

PHI 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Purr, View Model, Unit

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Note: chapter 1 is read in unit 1 & 2. Units are divided based on their concepts, not length. Focus your energy on the parts she emphasizes. Remember t
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Laura ByrneFall

PHI 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Ontological Argument

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*we now are moving from the modern period towards the post-modern period. This is considered one of the greatest debates of our time currently. Note: i
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Sardar HosseiniFall

PHI 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Trie, Smallpox, Modern Art

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All complex arguments have 2 or more conclusions, they also have 1 or more premises: the snow is making driving conditions very dangerous. But i must s
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Mark BrownFall

PHI1101 Lecture 1: Critical Thinking Lecture #1

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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Laura ByrneFall

PHI 1101 Lecture Notes - Ontological Argument, Principle Of Bivalence, Episteme

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Metaphysics: does god exist, is the will free. Critical thinking: the application of logic to arguments in ordinary language. The basic concepts of cri
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Sascha MaicherFall

PHI 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Syntactic Ambiguity, Lexical Definition, Stipulative Definition

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Chapter 3: clear thinking, critical thinking, and clear writing. Vagueness and ambiguity are two related fallacies. A word or phrase is vague if we can
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Laura ByrneFall

PHI 1101 Lecture 26: PHIL 1101 - Lecture 26 - Exam Review

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Exam information: one extra republic question in regard to thinking critically, review your guideline for answering these types of questions in order t
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Iva ApostolovaFall

PHI1101 Lecture 17: phil LEC17 - Fri, Nov 21

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A well-established moral principle is that one is morally justified in using deadly force in self-defense (analogous case) when on is threatened with d
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Laura ByrneFall

PHI 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: George Orwell, Vagueness, Christopher Hitchens

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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Sascha MaicherFall

PHI 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Categorical Logic, Propositional Calculus, Obversion

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Categorical logic: the way which humans make claims about classes of things. They have a subject and a predicate (verb). First space is the subject of
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Laura ByrneFall

PHI 1101 Lecture Notes - Fall 2018 Lecture 4 - Law of excluded middle, Syllogism, Logical connective

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Review of concepts questions for unit 1 (slide 65: you are not going to get photos in your tests. Video: dog knows a 1000 words has a variety of toys a
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Laura ByrneFall

PHI 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: False Dilemma, Fallacy, Begging

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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Sascha MaicherFall

PHI 1101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Subjectivism, Critical Thinking

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It aims at making wise decisions and coming to correct conclusions. When we critique we subject it to rational evaluation. So we can come to conclusion
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Sascha MaicherFall

PHI 1101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Pathos, Co-Premise, Deductive Reasoning

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The same statement can be the concusions of one argument and a premises in another argument. Deductive arguments: the premise(s) of a good deductive ar
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Dean LauerWinter

PHI 1101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Moral Relativism, Cultural Relativism, Alethic Modality

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Relativism about truth is the biggest philosophical obstacle to critical thinking. Ex. if someone believes the earth is hallow, then it"s true for that
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Sascha MaicherFall

PHI 1101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: John Travolta, Liability Insurance, Zicam

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Arriving at a general statement or rule by citing too few supporting cases. Example: the food in l. a. is lousy, judging from this meal. The claim is t
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Sascha MaicherFall

PHI 1101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Wishful Thinking, Rhetorical Device, Ignoratio Elenchi

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Fallacy: a mistake in reasoning, an argument that doesn"t really support or prove the contention it is supposed to support or prove. Example: you tell
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Laura ByrneFall

PHI 1101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Presupposition

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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Sascha Maicher

PHI 1101 Chapter Notes - Chapter Chapter 8 : Formal Fallacy, Fraternities And Sororities, Fallacy

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Chapter 8: formal fallacies and fallacies of language. A fallacy, consisting of a conditional claim as one premise, a claim that affirms the consequent
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Laura ByrneFall

PHI 1101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Enthymeme, Deductive Reasoning, Soundness

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UOTTAWAPHI 1101AllWinter

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