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PHI1101 Lecture 22: April 3rd, 2018
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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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* Argument by analogy * An analogy is a comparison of two or more t...

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PHI1101 Lecture 10: Fallacies Part 2
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Fallacies 1. Certain types of defective arguments happen so frequen...

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1. The Gamblers Fallacy Thinking that previous events can influence...

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Argument by analogy An analogy is a comparison of two or more tings...

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Fallacies: Appeal to Ignorance: o What is it? A lack of evidence pr...

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Causal Arguments What is it? o Another type of nondeductive argumen...

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PHI1101 Lecture 9: PHI 1101 Lecture 9
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