SOSC 1341 Study Guide - Fall 2018, Comprehensive Special Request Notes - Ignoratio Elenchi, Social Order, Kwang Language

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SOSC 1341
Introduction to the Social Economy
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Fall 2018
Prof. Stephan Dobson
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SOSC11 Itroductio to Social Ecooy
Professor Stephan Dobson
Office Ross S710 Hours: Wednesday 12:30-1:30
sdobson@yorku.ca
BUSO
-Study impact of society on business and business on society
*BUSO student club 111 Vanier College
*Fall BUSO meet and greet Sept 20th 4pm-6pm
Work:
*5 reading reflections per term
-fall term: Online Quiz, short assignment, historical paper
-Winter term: historical paper, media assignment, final paper, exam
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Week 3 What is a Ecooy?
Logical Fallacies
Terms:
“ta a , Red heig pg  ouse tet
eggig the uestio pg  course text
ad hoii pg 8 course text
These terms are known as logical fallacies; meaning they have errors in logic.
Deductive arguments (syllogism/Socrates) pg 15 foundations text
-Begi up i the louds geeall ad ed up ith fats ad data o etai ifoatio
received.
ex. Simpsons (working class, etc.)
Inductive arguments
-Premise viewed as supplying evidence for truth of the conclusion
-Truth of conclusion is probably upon evidence attained
Logical arguments
-agree with a position, but do not know why, look back at premise to identify problem
Critical thinking/analysis
-right/wrong true/false oppositions
ex. Humans are selfish by nature (social theory)
-Krypotkin vs social dimension (Not Darwin)
Theory
-a a of seeig, udestadig ad of plaig
-theoretical thinking about generalization
-unequal power of structure, bettering society as we go
-apart of cycle of inquiry (Sears & Cairns reading)
-Voie leaig theo is aout fidig ou oie ad epess i theo
ex. Demolish all poisons? Purpose is to rehabilitate, keep social order
-Each theory has key premises (Social order theory premise)
-Cultual os what ou gie, should e etued.
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