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Department
Philosophy
Course
PHIL 1000
Professor
Brian Huss
Semester
Fall

Description
crash course in logicarguments an argument is a series of statements one of which the conclusion is supposed to follow from be proven by the others the premises statement a sentence that can be true or falsearguments in standard form draw a linewrite the premises above the linewrite the conclusion below the linenumber the premises and conclusion1 is a man premises2 All men are mortal3
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