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Lecture

Part B of ARG

1 pages29 viewsWinter 2011

Department
Philosophy
Course Code
PHLB05H3
Professor
Bader

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When they are either evident or demonstrated from another cogent argument with evident
premises
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Acceptability of the premises
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Relevant is when they contribute to the rationality of believing the confusion
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Relevance of premises
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When premises, taken together, provide good grounds for believing the conclusion
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Deductive
Inductive
Analogy
conduction
4 types of grounds:
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Goodness of the grounds
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ARG method
When an argument has ARG.
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When an argument is cogent, it is reasonable to accept its conclusion.
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Cogent
ARG is informal
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Formal logic: works by using deductive arguments to reach its conclusion
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Informal logic vs. Formal logic
Formal logic: premises should be true so that the conclusion is true
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Validity vs. Good grounds
Lecture 1B -ARG
10 January 2011
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