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YORKMODR 1710Hila CohenSummer

MODR 1710 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Logical Form, Fallacy

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7 Mar 2016
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YORKMODR 1760Anthony FalikowskiWinter

MODR 1760 Lecture Notes - Modus Ponens, Modus Tollens, Genetic Fallacy

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5 Jun 2013
235
Egocentrism inability to see things at others" points of view. I want you to support me and tell me that i"m right. Stereotyping although there is a co
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YORKMODR 1760Cael D.ZornSummer

MODR 1760 Lecture 8: module 3 passage analysis

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7 Jul 2017
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Adapted from saindon & krek, critical thinking, p. 213, table 8. 1: read, annotate and clarify the passage, portray the basic argument structure and me
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YORKMODR 1770Shawn ThomsonWinter

MODR 1770 Lecture Notes - Robert Pickton, Fallacy, Naturalistic Fallacy

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22 Jun 2014
113
Lecture 5: thinking critically about fallacies: fallacy of composition & hasty generalization, atoms are invisible to the naked eye, therefore, i must
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YORKMODR 1770Linda CarozzaFall

MODR 1770 Lecture Notes - Ostrich, Confirmation Bias, Fad Diet

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28 Nov 2013
269
One person is frustrated, while the other is calm. Make a list of specific issues for arguments. When we think too highly of our understanding of a sit
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YORKMODR 1730Philip Mac EwenWinter

Lecture One: Conceptual Analysis I

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23 Jan 2012
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People who commit fallacies do not understand the importance of relevant evidence. People who commit fallacies do not understand the ideas of unificati
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YORKMODR 1730Philip Mac EwenWinter

Lecture Two: Conceptual Analysis II

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1 Feb 2012
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YORKMODR 1730Philip Mac EwenFall

MODR 1730 Lecture 18: MODR 1730 - Essay writing template...ish.docx

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28 May 2015
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YORKMODR 1770Jai ChetramFall

MODR 1770 Lecture Notes - Ad Hominem, Begging

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6 Sep 2012
84
Question of concept analysis & essay 25% (january 9th) Passage analysis final exam 20% (end of march) Participation 10% (1) course = argument and argum
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YORKMODR 1730Patrick PhillipsWinter

MODR 1730 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Terri Schiavo Case, James Rachels, Walt Frazier

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24 Jan 2017
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Fallacy: removes and clears away a bad argument. There are 5: genetic fallacy, abusive ad hominem, circumstantial. Tu quoque: poisoning the well, mob a
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YORKMODR 1760allWinter

MODR 1760 Lecture Notes - Sperm Donation, Promiscuity, Presupposition

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10 Jun 2014
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YORKMODR 1770Robert TordoffFall

MODR 1770 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Mental Health

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22 Mar 2016
32
Conclusion: the combination of sexual maturity and professional immaturity happening over a period of vigorous youthful life is all but intentionally c
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