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Philosophy and Logic

PHIL 1102 Lecture 1: Philosophy 1102-H71 Lecture 2018

Philosophy- Spring 2018 January 16 Statements vs Arguments ...

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PHIL 1102 Lecture 1: Philosophy Notes Day 1

Chapter 1: What Logic Studies Logic is the philosophy of reasoning....

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PHIL 1102 Lecture 6: Philosophy Notes Day 6

Key contradictory propositions at this stage are A-O and E-I. If ...

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PHIL 1102 Lecture 2: Philosophy Notes Day 2

Deductive arguments are those in which it is claimed that the concl...

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PHIL 1102 Lecture 3: Philosophy Notes Day 3

Amplicative: There is more in the conclusion than in the premises. ...

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PHIL 1102 Lecture 4: Philosophy Notes Day 4

(Fallacies cont’d from day 3) A fallacy of relevance is an argumen...

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Philosophy - Reference Guides

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