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PHI1101_Tuesday__January_14th

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Philosophy
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PHI1101
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Inference Process of moving from premise to conclusionInference indicators 1Premise indicator because since for for the reason that2Conclusion indicator therefore hence thus soQuestions commands exclamations exhortations are all statements not arguments They are neither true nor falseConditional statement ifthenDisjunctive statement eitherorExplanation we treat it as making one claimSimple argument One inference one premise to support the conclusionComplex argument Intermediate conclusion more than one inferenceWhat do we mean when we say an argument has an enthymeme in it1Spot is a cat and all cats are mammals Implicit conclusion Spot is a mammal2All humans are mortal Therefore Joe is mortalImplicit premise
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