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Reasoning and Critical Thinking

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PHI1101 Lecture 10: Chapter 10
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Chapter10 Truth-Functional Logic Any given claim, P, is either t...

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PHI1101 Lecture 11: Chapter 11
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Chapter11 Argument from analogy an argument that something has a...

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PHI1101 Lecture 7: Chapter 7
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Chapter 7 Hasty generalization generalizing from too few cases or ...

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PHI1101 Lecture 8: Chapter 8
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Chapter 8 Arming the consequent arming the consequent of an if the...

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PHI1101 Lecture 9: Chapter 9
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Chapter 9 The four types of categorial claims include A, E, I, and ...

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PHI1101 Lecture 6: Chapter 6
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Chapter 6 Relevance fallacies arguments that may seem relevant to ...

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PHI1101 Lecture 5: Chapter 5
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Chapter 5 Persuasion attempts to win someone to ones own point of ...

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PHI1101 Lecture 4: Chapter 4
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Chapter 4 Claims lack credibility to the extent they conict with o...

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PHI1101 Lecture 3: Chapter 3
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Chapter 3 Clarity of language is extremely important to the abili...

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PHI1101 Lecture 2: Chapter 2
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Chapter 2 Arguments always have two parts, a premise(s) and a conc...

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PHI1101 Lecture 1: Chapter 1
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Chapter 1 The purpose of thinking critically is to come to correct...

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PHI1101 Lecture 22: April 3rd, 2018
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April 3rd, 2018 Chapter 7 Not on exam Chapter 8: A Budget of Fallac...

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PHI1101 Lecture 21: March 27th, 2018
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6.3: Causes and Effects A causes B First thing to do is to look for...

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Deductive Arguments: * What is it? * An argument intended to pro...

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1. The Gamblers Fallacy * Thinking that previous events can influen...

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