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Lecture 2

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Philosophy
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PHIL 2003
Professor
David Matheson

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Lecture 2­ Arguments  ­ Argument: a set of statements, one of which is intended to be supported by the  others. o Statement: collection of statement or arguments; a sentence in the  language that expresses a thought that can be true or false. It expresses a  truth evaluable sentence or thought. o Two truth values:  Truth  Falsity o Supported by: made reasonable to believe by  o Inference: way of thinking; helps clarify the reasoning of beliefs.  o Premise: a statement in an argument that is intended to support another  statement in the argument.  o Conclusion: a statement in an argument intended to be supported by other  statements in the argument.  o Mere report: set of statements but not an argument.  o Argument Indicato
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