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YORKMODR 1760Cael D.ZornWinter

MODR 1760- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 57 pages long!)

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Blind obedience to authority: when you accept what somebody says without questioning it at all because in some way they look like they have credentials
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YORKMODR 1711Vanessa Lehan- StreiselWinter

MODR 1711- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 47 pages long!)

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Common fallacies: a fallacy is any error in reasoning. 5. 1a subjectivism: the fallacy of subjectivism is committed whenever we hold that something is
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YORKMODR 1770Linda CarozzaFall

MODR 1770- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 26 pages long!)

You do not need to be an expert in a given area to address a certain situation. To be a reasonable skeptic is to have an intelligent interest in any gi
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YORKMODR 1770Linda CarozzaFall

MODR 1770- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 48 pages long!)

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5 tips to improve your critical thinking video. Uses all available options to decide the best decision. Know what you"re looking for (2) gather your in
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YORKMODR 1730Jai ChetramFall

MODR 1730- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 22 pages long!)

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Question of concept analysis & essay: 25% More information on the powerpoint posted on moodle. Basic forms of reasoning: uses and limits. P1: 97% of yo
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YORKMODR 1770David StamosFall

MODR 1770- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 58 pages long!)

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YORKMODR 1760Kristine KlementWinter

[MODR 1760] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 28 pages long Study Guide!

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England and the united states, and chaput wants quebec to be free in relation to canada: separatism leads to: independence, liberty, fulfillment of the
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YORKMODR 1730Hilary DavisFall

[MODR 1730] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (43 pages long)

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A da is an argument whose conclusion follows necessarily from the premises: if the premises are true, the conclusion must be true as well. Analogical a
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YORKMODR 1760Hila CohenFall

[MODR 1760] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 25 pages long Study Guide!

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YORKMODR 1760Patrick PhilipsWinter

MODR 1760 Study Guide - Final Guide: Petroleum Product, Upgrader, Tailings

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YORKMODR 1760Patrick PhilipsFall

MODR 1760 Final: Pojman - Best Bet Argument

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Punishm e nt is justifie d e c a use the c rim ina l deserves to b e p unishe d . Punishing c rim ina ls is justifie d b e c a use it c a n p re ve nt
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YORKMODR 1760Hila CohenFall

MODR 1760 Study Guide - Final Guide: Phi Beta Kappa Society, Metaphysical Poets, Ad Hominem

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Distinguish between the conclusion and the premise in the following arguments: premise1: all rational beings are responsible for their actions. Conclus
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