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Department
Philosophy
Course
PHI1101
Professor
All Professors
Semester
Winter

Description
PhiReviewa deductive argument is intended to provide logically conclusive support for its conclusionWe have certainty with deductive arguments in that if the premises of the argument are true then they guarantee the truth of the conclusionDeductive arguments are described as being valid or invalidAdeductiveargumentIfpremisesaretruethenconclusionistruelogicallyconclusivevalidinvalidNondeductiveargumentSetspremisesthatmaketheconclusionseemprobableSuccessfulorunsuccessfulThreelevelsofsuccessclosetocertainverylikelysomewhatlikelyThreelevelsofnondeductiveargumentsInductivegeneralizationmovementsfromparticulartogeneralStatisticalsyllogismsfromgeneraltoparticularPlausibilityargumentsSententialformConjunctionandPQDisjunctionorvPvQNegationnotpConditionalifthenarrowModusPonensifpthenqpthereforeqMPModusTollensIfpthenqnotqthereforenotpMTHypotheticalSyllogismIfpthenqifqthenrthereforeifpthenrHSDisjunctivesyllogismporqnotpthereforeqDSConstructiveDilemmaporqifpthenrifqthensthereforerorsCDConjunctionpqthereforepandqconjSimplificationpandqthereforepsimpAdditionpthereforeporqadd
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