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SFUPHIL 105Dai HeideSummer

PHIL 105- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 22 pages long!)

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Logic and critical thinking is concerned with declarative sentences. The canucks did not make the playoffs. #1 sentence is imperative sentence, issues
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SFUPHIL 105Dai HeideSummer

PHIL 105 Quiz: chapter1exercises

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SFUPHIL 105Ian ChunnFall

PHIL XX1 Midterm: Study Material for Midterm#2 - Part Notes summary (weeks 7 - 9#1)

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Deductively sound argument = valid + true premises. Deductively strong argument = valid + premises are reasonable for me to believe. *deductive strengt
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SFUPHIL 105Dai HeideFall

PHIL 105 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Argument From Analogy, Drug Injection, Deductive Reasoning

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If one employs the method of agreement and finds a single antecedent circumstance common to every observed effect of a particular type, then: a. b. c.
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SFUPHIL 105Dai HeideFall

PHIL 105 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Deductive Reasoning, Multiple Choice, Ais People

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If an argument is deductive, then: a. b. c. d. It is possible for it to have all false premises and a true conclusion. It is possible for it to have al
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SFUPHIL 105Dai HeideWinter

PHIL 105 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Argument From Analogy, False Premise, Fallacy

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Evidence) and degree of probability (11) argument from authority (12) argument from consensus (13) argument from analogy (14) fallacies: false analogy,
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SFUPHIL 105Tim ChristieSpring

PHIL 105- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 51 pages long!)

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Incompletely stated arguments: contextual clues for reconstructing arguments, fallacies, begging the question, black-and-white thinking, some key terms
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SFUPHIL 105Ian ChunnFall

PHIL 105 Study Guide - Final Guide: Sentence Clause Structure, Propositional Calculus, Truth Table

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Consequent: the sentence that depends on the stated condition. Compound sentence: a sentence that contains another sentence as one of its parts. Condit
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SFUPHIL 105J.KatzWinter

Phil-XX1 - Study Guide 3 - Chapters 6-7

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SFUPHIL 105J.KatzWinter

Phil-XX1 - Study Guide 2 - Chapters 4-5

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Method of agreement: occurrences that are in common. 2 people get sick, both ate same food. Antecedent circumstances events that came before (causes) M
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SFUPHIL 105J.KatzWinter

Phil-XX1 - Study Guide 1 - Chapters 1-3

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