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UBCPHIL 120Alexandre KorolevSummer

PHIL 120 Lecture 1: PHIL 120 Week 1 Lecture 1

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5 Jul 2016
22
Attempt to build a case in favour of some claim. Trying to persuade somebody to accept a claim. Involve the presentation of reasons or evidence (premis
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UBCPHIL 120Alexandre KorolevFall

PHIL 120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Rule Of Inference, Ibm System P

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12 Mar 2016
126
Remember that the order of the premises does not matter: (a v ~b) ~c, (a v ~b) /:. C: ~(a v b) c, ~c / :. ~(a v b: ~a ~(b v c), (d & e) ~a / :. (d & e)
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UBCPHIL 120Alexandre KorolevSummer

PHIL 120 Lecture 5: PHIL 120 Week 3 Lecture 1

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5 Jul 2016
11
All false (p <-> q) <-> ~(p <->q) *in discussion activity and quiz, at least one of the problems - given some formula (ex. The ones above), you need to
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UBCPHIL 102Dominic Mc Iver LopesWinter

PHIL 102 Lecture Notes - Deductive Reasoning, Eugenius Warming

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26 Feb 2013
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UBCPHIL 120Alexandre KorolevSummer

PHIL 120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Soundness

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5 Jul 2016
18
Validity - an argument is valid if and only if it is not possible for the premises to be true and the conclusion false. Soundness - an argument is soun
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UBCPHIL 120Alexandre KorolevSummer

PHIL 120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Fallacy, Syntactic Ambiguity

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5 Jul 2016
17
The first argument"s conclusion is a contingency while the second argument"s conclusion is a tautology. Since there is no counter-example for the secon
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UBCPHIL 120Alexandre KorolevFall

PHIL 120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: False Premise, Logical Consequence

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12 Mar 2016
35
Group discussion activity: determine whether the following propositions are true [t] or false [f], some valid arguments have false conclusions. [t] Tho
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UBCPHIL 120Alexandre KorolevWinter

PHIL 120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Melissus Of Samos, Physical Strength, Ad Hominem

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12 Sep 2015
45
For each of the following arguments, identify the premises and the conclusion and place the argument in standard form. Clearly write down the propositi
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UBCPHIL 102Dominic Mc Iver LopesFall

PHIL 102 Lecture Notes - Carpentry, Game Players, Ludwig Wittgenstein

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9 Apr 2014
70
Grasshopper philosophy: nussbaum: play: being able to laugh, to play, and to enjoy recreational activities, one of the important capabilities. Suits: t
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UBCPHIL 120Alexandre KorolevSummer

PHIL 120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Logical Biconditional, If And Only If, Logical Consequence

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5 Jul 2016
16
An argument or inference is an entailment iff. Its conclusion conclusively follows from its premises. A set of premises entails a conclusion iff. The c
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UBCPHIL 120Alexandre KorolevSummer

PHIL 120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Ad Hominem, De Jure, Toothpaste

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5 Jul 2016
14
Occurs whenever a conclusion is drawn or invited to be drawn on the basis of an appeal argument to some fact or alleged fact about one"s opponent. Abus
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UBCPHIL 120Stefan LukitisSpring

PHIL 120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Logical Consequence, Baculum, Fallacy

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20 Feb 2016
55
Attempt to build a case in favour of some claim. Involve the presentation of reasons or evidence (i. e. premises) in support of a conclusion. Are socia
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