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BINGHAMTONPHIL 121Joel P.Mac ClellanFall

PHIL 121 Lecture 10: 10:14 Lecture

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How to improve reconstructions: fixing improper wording arguments that depend on the assumption that two di erent terms are the same in meaning are not
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BINGHAMTONPHIL 121Joel P.Mac ClellanFall

PHIL 121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Logical Reasoning

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Argument analysis: argument reconstruction, argument evaluation, check structure: determine wither the argument is well-formed. well formed argument: a
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BINGHAMTONPHIL 121Joel P.Mac ClellanFall

PHIL 121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Co-Premise

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Argument evaluation is easiest on reconstructed arguments, arguments in standard form. Most arguments we encounter do not come to us in standard form.
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BINGHAMTONPHIL 121Joel P.Mac ClellanFall

PHIL 121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: False Dilemma

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Basic rules of argument evaluation: don"t criticize an argument by denying the conclusion. *the whole point is whether the reasons reasonably lead to t
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BINGHAMTONPHIL 121Joel P.Mac ClellanFall

PHIL 121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Circular Reasoning

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PHIL 121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Truth-Bearer, Relativism

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PHIL 121 Lecture 4: 9:16 Lecture

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PHIL 121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Vagueness, Syntactic Ambiguity

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PHIL 121 Lecture 11: 10:19 Lecture

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PHIL 121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Indinavir, Health Food Store

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Testimony: a person"s assertion that a proposition is true. we rely on it countless times a day. Nearly every belief you have depends at least in part
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BINGHAMTONPHIL 121Joel P.Mac ClellanFall

PHIL 121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Ontological Argument

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PHIL 121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Logical Reasoning, Atheism, Trie

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