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Philosophy 110 Lecture 4 on Conditionals & Chapter 2

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Department
Philosophy
Course Code
PHI 110
Professor
Robin Neiman

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9/10/13 Practice Questions Put the argument in logical form. Is it valid? Premise: A party is either for environmental protection or oil production. Premise: The Green Party does not support oil production. Conclusion: They must support environmental protection. E v O --------- Valid ~ O ------- E Premise: I am either paranoid or someone is out to get me. Premise: My therapist is always right and she says that I am paranoid. Conclusion: Therefore, no one is out to get me. P v G -------- Invalid. The truth of the premises don't guarantee the truth of the concl P ------ ~G Definition of a Conditional Rule: If you ace the test, you pass the class If A, then P. ***** Important Table Ace Pass A->P True True True True False False False True True False False True And Vanity is destructive and a sin Vanity bad Sin V&S True True True True False False False True
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