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Philosophy
Course
PHI1101
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Semester
Winter

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NAMESTUDENT NUMBERPHI 1101 REASONING AND CRITICAL THINKING2 November 2012Second Test45 marks worth 15 of final markClosed BookProfessor Dr Mark Raymond BrownPlease answer each question on the pages of this test If you need more space for your answer please use the reverse side of the page Please do not detach the pages of this testI For the following on the line provided write what is implicitpremise or conclusionand then write what the implicit premise or conclusion is This question is worth two marks1 Anyone who craves political power cannot be trusted to serve the public interest and Premier Blowhard craves political powerImplicit conclusionPremier Blowhard cannot be trusted to serve the public interest1II Present the following arguments in standard form and provide a diagram for each You may want to keep in mind that you may have to reformulate some claims that explanations may occur and that noise or redundancies may arise The value of each question is noted in parentheses1 In writing this letter to The Fulcrum my main point is this We should stop giving University of Ottawa faculty members special parking places closest to the classroom buildings After all students deserve the special parking places closest to the classroom buildings because they pay tuition Also University of Ottawa faculty members would benefit from the extra exercise they would get from walking farther to class 4 Standard Form1 Students they pay tuition2 Students deserve the special parking places closest to the classroom buildings 13 University of Ottawa faculty members would benefit from the extra exercise they would get from walking farther to class4 We should stop giving University of Ottawa faculty members special parking places closest to the classroom buildings 2 3 2
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