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YORKMODR 1730Jai ChetramFall

MODR 1730- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 17 pages long!)

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5 Oct 2017
Question of concept analysis & essay: 25% More information on the powerpoint posted on moodle. Basic forms of reasoning: uses and limits. P1: 97% of yo
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YORKMODR 1730Hilary DavisWinter

MODR 1730 Study Guide - Final Guide: False Dilemma, Epithet, Perjury

6 Page
2 Feb 2013
Even someone with poor character can build a good argument: abusive ad hominem: opponent is insulted or abused. An attempt to make a personal character
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YORKMODR 1730Stefan RoddeFall

MODR 1730 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Tu Quoque, The Dilemma, Cirque

9 Page
6 Nov 2015
The arg conditions: an argument is cogent if the premises are rationally accepted and are ordered so as to provide rational support for the conclusion,
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YORKMODR 1730Shawn ThomsonFall

MODR 1730 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Critical Thinking, Relativism

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22 Sep 2016
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YORKMODR 1730Stefan RoddeFall

MODR 1730 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Rhetorical Question, Well-Founded Relation

5 Page
3 Oct 2015
Ex: i will win because i am the best (premise comes after because: conclusion indicators: therefore, thus, so, hence, then, accordingly. Ex: i am the b
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YORKMODR 1730Jai ChetramFall

MODR 1730- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 22 pages long!)

22 Page
30 Nov 2017
Question of concept analysis & essay: 25% More information on the powerpoint posted on moodle. Basic forms of reasoning: uses and limits. P1: 97% of yo
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YORKMODR 1730Philip Mac EwenFall

MODR 1730 Study Guide - Final Guide: Ad Hominem, False Dilemma

2 Page
22 Sep 2014
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YORKMODR 1730Philip Mac EwenFall

MODR 1730 Study Guide - Final Guide: Fallacy, Begging, Argument From Analogy

2 Page
28 May 2015
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YORKMODR 1730Shawn ThomsonSummer

MODR 1730 Study Guide - Tim Hudak, Trey Radel, Rob Ford

3 Page
22 Oct 2014
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YORKMODR 1730Stefan RoddeWinter

MODR 1730 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Stratified Sampling, Inductive Reasoning, Sample Size Determination

Lindsay Fucchansky3 Page
4 Apr 2016
82
Random sample: every item in populaion has equal chance of appearing. Representaiveness is when sample is similar to populaion in many relevant ways. R
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YORKMODR 1730Stefan RoddeWinter

MODR 1730 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Logical Biconditional, Counterfactual Conditional, Japan Amusement Machine And Marketing Association

Lindsay Fucchansky2 Page
5 Mar 2016
40
Propositional logic deals with relationships between simple propositions and their compounds: basic logical terms with symbols are not"(-), or"(v), and
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YORKMODR 1730Stefan RoddeWinter

MODR 1730 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Natural Language, Syllogism, Victorian Railways E Type Carriage

Lindsay Fucchansky4 Page
2 Feb 2016
61
Each proposition is the contradictory of the one diagonally opposed to it; if one is true, the other is false, and vice versa. A and e are contraries;
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YORKMODR 1730Jai ChetramFall

MODR 1730- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 17 pages long!)

17 Page
5 Oct 2017
Question of concept analysis & essay: 25% More information on the powerpoint posted on moodle. Basic forms of reasoning: uses and limits. P1: 97% of yo
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YORKMODR 1730Jai ChetramFall

MODR 1730- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 22 pages long!)

22 Page
30 Nov 2017
Question of concept analysis & essay: 25% More information on the powerpoint posted on moodle. Basic forms of reasoning: uses and limits. P1: 97% of yo
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YORKMODR 1730Hilary DavisFall

[MODR 1730] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (43 pages long)

43 Page
29 Nov 2016
A da is an argument whose conclusion follows necessarily from the premises: if the premises are true, the conclusion must be true as well. Analogical a
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YORKMODR 1730Hilary DavisWinter

MODR 1730 Study Guide - Final Guide: False Dilemma, Epithet, Perjury

6 Page
2 Feb 2013
Even someone with poor character can build a good argument: abusive ad hominem: opponent is insulted or abused. An attempt to make a personal character
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YORKMODR 1730Stefan RoddeFall

MODR 1730 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Tu Quoque, The Dilemma, Cirque

9 Page
6 Nov 2015
The arg conditions: an argument is cogent if the premises are rationally accepted and are ordered so as to provide rational support for the conclusion,
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YORKMODR 1730Shawn ThomsonFall

MODR 1730 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Critical Thinking, Relativism

2 Page
22 Sep 2016
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YORKMODR 1730Stefan RoddeFall

MODR 1730 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Rhetorical Question, Well-Founded Relation

5 Page
3 Oct 2015
Ex: i will win because i am the best (premise comes after because: conclusion indicators: therefore, thus, so, hence, then, accordingly. Ex: i am the b
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YORKMODR 1730Philip Mac EwenFall

MODR 1730 Study Guide - Final Guide: Ad Hominem, False Dilemma

2 Page
22 Sep 2014
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YORKMODR 1730Philip Mac EwenFall

MODR 1730 Study Guide - Final Guide: Fallacy, Begging, Argument From Analogy

2 Page
28 May 2015
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YORKMODR 1730Shawn ThomsonSummer

MODR 1730 Study Guide - Tim Hudak, Trey Radel, Rob Ford

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22 Oct 2014
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YORKFall

MODR 1760 Lecture 11: Answers to Practice Exam 2

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17 Sep 2019
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YORKFall

MODR 1760 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Logical Form, No Reasons, Begging

9 Page
17 Sep 2019
This exam will be open book which means you are permitted to use any materials you wish to bring in to the exam room: handouts, student notes, and outl
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YORKFall

MODR 1760 Lecture 12: Lecture Sample Exam

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17 Sep 2019
This exam will be open book which means you are permitted to use any materials you wish to bring in to the exam room: handouts, student notes, and outl
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YORKWinter

MODR 1770 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: National Organic Program, Allergen

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14 Jun 2019
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YORKWinter

MODR 1770 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Application Software, Machine Code, Volatile Memory

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14 Jun 2019
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YORKWinter

MODR 1770 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Black Carbon, Carbon Neutrality, Carbon Credit

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14 Jun 2019
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YORKWinter

MODR 1770 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Kyoto Protocol, Karanis, Industrial Revolution

12 Page
14 Jun 2019
Since the industrial revolution, global climate and environmental change have rapidly been moving towards an alarming state. A consistent increase in c
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YORKWinter

MODR 1770 Lecture 15: Assignment 1 Rough Draft

5 Page
14 Jun 2019
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YORKWinter

ITEC 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Customer Retention, Call Centre, Customer Service

13 Page
25 Feb
True / false questions: crm systems store customer account data in multiple specialized databases and then make it available throughout a company via i
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YORKWinter

ITEC 2600 Quiz: ITEC2600 Exercise 2

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25 Feb
Lab exercise 2: redo all examples from class, create anonymous functions for the following math functions, where input argument(s) x or y can be a vect
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YORKMODR 1730Philip Mac EwenWinter

Lecture One: Conceptual Analysis I

3 Page
23 Jan 2012
People who commit fallacies do not understand the importance of relevant evidence. People who commit fallacies do not understand the ideas of unificati
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YORKMODR 1730Philip Mac EwenFall

MODR 1730 Lecture 18: MODR 1730 - Essay writing template...ish.docx

1 Page
28 May 2015
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YORKMODR 1730Patrick PhillipsWinter

MODR 1730 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Terri Schiavo Case, James Rachels, Walt Frazier

4 Page
24 Jan 2017
Fallacy: removes and clears away a bad argument. There are 5: genetic fallacy, abusive ad hominem, circumstantial. Tu quoque: poisoning the well, mob a
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YORKMODR 1730Patrick PhillipsFall

MODR 1730 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Not Fair, Lethal Injection, Motor Oil

3 Page
17 Dec 2016
Exam question: steinburgs notion on why animals don"t qualify. Not killing of one citizen to another, the state sanctions it. Comes from the words capa
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YORKMODR 1730Patrick PhillipsFall

MODR 1730 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Luddite

2 Page
17 Dec 2016
Ethical problems from the system (societal institutions) that we employ. Consequences felt by me during my life. Tries to march $ with people who need
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YORKMODR 1730Patrick PhillipsFall

MODR 1730 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Relativism, George Orwell

2 Page
17 Dec 2016
Philosophy: comes from the greek word philos (cid:523)(cid:498)lover of wisdom(cid:499)(cid:524) He expresses a new way of speaking. He noticed if voca
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YORKMODR 1730Patrick PhillipsWinter

MODR 1730 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Lethal Injection, Fallacy, Natural Resource

3 Page
1 Feb 2017
Fallacy: premise doesn"t support conclusion, weak connection (cid:498)appeal to a crowd(cid:499): just because a lot of people believe something, doesn
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YORKMODR 1730Patrick PhillipsWinter

MODR 1730 Lecture 14: MODR Lecture 14

4 Page
24 Jan 2017
Applying a fair generalization, one usually true, to an exceptional case by ignoring the peculiarities of the case: hasty generalization, bifurcation,
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YORKMODR 1730Patrick PhillipsFall

MODR 1730 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Ben Bernanke, Henry Paulson, Capital Punishment

2 Page
23 Jan 2018
Test 2: 7 questions, reference from the readings and 1 long answer argue. Proposition = a sentence that makes a claim. Investment bank you can make ris
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YORKMODR 1730Hilary DavisFall

MODR 1730 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Design And Technology, Middle Term, Tequila

15 Page
18 Oct 2016
A da is an argument whose conclusion follows necessarily from the premises: if the premises are true, the conclusion must be true as well. Analogical a
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YORKMODR 1730Patrick PhillipsFall

MODR 1730 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Mary Midgley, Moral Reasoning

2 Page
17 Nov 2018
Reading notes: contemporary moral problems pg. 34-38 mary midgley: trying out one"s new sword . Mary talks about moral isolationism: the view of anthro
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YORKMODR 1730Hilary DavisFall

MODR1730 Fallacy Definitions.docx

3 Page
29 Nov 2013
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YORKMODR 1730Hilary DavisWinter

MODR 1730 Chapter Notes -Ad Hominem, Argument Principle, Negative Campaigning

5 Page
22 Apr 2013
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YORKMODR 1730Philip Mac EwenFall

MODR 1730 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Immanuel Kant, Categorical Imperative

2 Page
6 Dec 2018
Kant was a german who is considered to be one of the most influential and important philosophers of all time. He made significant contributions to all
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YORKMODR 1730Philip Mac EwenFall

MODR 1730 Chapter Notes -3E, Deductive Reasoning, Ad Hominem

9 Page
6 Dec 2013
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YORKMODR 1730Mark CauchiFall

Chapter 5: Fallcaies

3 Page
10 Dec 2011
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YORKMODR 1730Mark CauchiFall

Chapter 7-8: Inductive and Deductive Arguments

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10 Dec 2011
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YORKMODR 1730Hilary DavisFall

MODR 1730 Chapter Notes - Chapter chapter 1: Parental Leave, P53, List Of National Roads In Latvia

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7 Apr 2019
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YORKMODR 1730Jai ChetramFall

MODR 1730- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 17 pages long!)

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YORKMODR 1730Hilary DavisFall

[MODR 1730] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (43 pages long)

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A da is an argument whose conclusion follows necessarily from the premises: if the premises are true, the conclusion must be true as well. Analogical a
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YORKMODR 1730Philip Mac EwenWinter

Lecture One: Conceptual Analysis I

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23 Jan 2012
People who commit fallacies do not understand the importance of relevant evidence. People who commit fallacies do not understand the ideas of unificati
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YORKMODR 1730Jai ChetramFall

MODR 1730- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 22 pages long!)

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Question of concept analysis & essay: 25% More information on the powerpoint posted on moodle. Basic forms of reasoning: uses and limits. P1: 97% of yo
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YORKMODR 1730Patrick PhillipsWinter

MODR 1730 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Terri Schiavo Case, James Rachels, Walt Frazier

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YORKMODR 1730Shawn ThomsonFall

MODR 1730 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Modus Ponens, Modus Tollens, Deductive Reasoning

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The systematic evaluation or formulation of beliefs or statements by rational standards . All of these senses of the term critical are connotations ass
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YORKMODR 1730Patrick PhillipsFall

MODR 1730 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Not Fair, Lethal Injection, Motor Oil

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Exam question: steinburgs notion on why animals don"t qualify. Not killing of one citizen to another, the state sanctions it. Comes from the words capa
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YORKMODR 1730Patrick PhillipsFall

MODR 1730 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Luddite

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17 Dec 2016
Ethical problems from the system (societal institutions) that we employ. Consequences felt by me during my life. Tries to march $ with people who need
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YORKMODR 1730Patrick PhillipsFall

MODR 1730 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Relativism, George Orwell

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17 Dec 2016
Philosophy: comes from the greek word philos (cid:523)(cid:498)lover of wisdom(cid:499)(cid:524) He expresses a new way of speaking. He noticed if voca
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