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PHIL 1003 Lecture 2: PHIL 1003 Lecture 2 Definitions

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PHIL 1003 Lecture 1: PHIL 1003 Lecture 1 Classification

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PHIL-1003 Lecture 4: PHIL 1003- Document 4

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PHIL-1003 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Ad Hominem, Informal Fallacy

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--no real connection between the premises and the conclusion of an argument. Fallacious argument whose effectiveness lies in distraction. A fallacy in
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PHIL-1003 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Hasty Generalization, Converse Accident, Syntactic Ambiguity

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--an informal fallacy caused by a shift or a confusion in the meanings of words or phrases within an argument. A fallacy in which two or more meanings
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PHIL 1003 Lecture 3: PHIL 1003 Lecture 3 Argument Analysis

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PHIL-1003 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Slippery Slope, Hasty Generalization

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--premise relevant with conclusion, what are asserted as premises simply do not serve as good reasons to reach the conclusion drawn. --a fallacy in whi
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PHIL 1003 Lecture 4: PHIL 1003 Lecture 4 Fallacies

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PHIL 1003 Lecture 5: PHIL 1003 Lecture 5 Categorical Propositions

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PHIL-1003 Lecture 6: PHIL 1003- Document 6

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The extensional meaning (also called the denotative meaning) of a general term is the collection of the objects that constitutes the extension (or deno
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PHIL-1003 Lecture 7: PHIL 1003- Document 7

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PHIL-1003 Lecture 3: PHIL 1003- Document 3

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Truth and falsity are attributes of individual propositions or statements; validity and invalidity are attributes of arguments. Propositions, which are
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