PHIL 2750 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Input Method, Ethics, Environmentalism

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Argument in philosophy is a series of claims where one claim is intended to support a disinct claim: series of claims: claim 1 . claim 2 claim. Nor is it a mere report of one"s feelings or views we label the parts of an argument premise(s) and a conclusion. A few reasons support your premise and conclusion. If (1) and (2) are true and you therefore believe (3), you should act/do something. Inappropriate criicism: the mere expression of adverse or disapproving comments. Appropriate criicism: the discussion and analysis of the merits or faults of a premise. You either criicize the premises (content/reasons) or the form of an argument you never simply reject the conclusion. Concerns ethical ought ; disinct subject mater; acion-guided (prescripive); authoritaive; based on fundamental principles; universal in scope; illuminates experience lomoar cpsd| 987298. Normaive: concerns norms/regulaions that govern conduct and serve as basis for assessment and evaluaion.

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