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Lecture 7

Lecture 7 - September 27 - PHI1101.docx

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Philosophy
Course
PHI1101
Professor
All Professors
Semester
Winter

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Lecture 7September 27Chapter 5 Deductive argumentstry to prove a conclusion in a particular wayAll As are Bs all Bs are CsWhich allows you to the obvious conclusion that all As are CsThe conclusion is necessarily trueInductive argumentstry to support the conclusionYou can build a good argument but you cannot prove 100Always generalEx Creatures with skin have hairoNot enough to prove conclusively this claimNever complete always more evidence can be brought to bareRhetoric argumentsArgument Scientists using animals in tests are doing something in morally wrongoClaim wrong to use animals in testsoDrowning in rhetoricAbout emotional connotationsTo layer emotion connotation into the argumentUse words that slanter your feelingsTonerhetorical forceoAbility to psychologically manipulate youoEx Aggressive styleInterested in how true a statement is not how psychologically affective it isoHow well def
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