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MCMASTERPHILOS 2CT3Yussif YakubuWinter

PHILOS 2CT3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Critical Thinking

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8 Feb 2016
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The quality of your beliefs is the fundamental concern of critical thinking. Thinking isn"t about what you think but how you think it. Critical thinkin
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PHILOS 2CT3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Philosophical Skepticism, Left Out, Critical Thinking

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Because we are fallible beings, there are thousands of ways critical thinking can go wrong. In order to properly use critical thinking you need to. Res
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PHILOS 2CT3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Junk Food, Jamie Foxx, Categorical Logic

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7 Apr 2016
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Categorical logic: a form of logic whose focus is categorical statements, which make assertions about categories, or classes, of things. A deductive ar
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PHILOS 2CT3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Deductive Reasoning, Propositional Calculus, Logical Form

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PHILOS 2CT3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: False Premise, Sentence Clause Structure, Deductive Reasoning

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8 Feb 2016
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Resumption of what was dealt with in chapter one. The point of devising an argument is to try and show that a statement/claim is worthy of. The point o
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PHILOS 2CT3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Domino Theory, False Dilemma, Begging

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10 Mar 2016
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Fallacy: an argument form that is both common and defective; a recurring mistake in reasoning. They"re often psychologically persuasive though logicall
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PHILOS 2CT3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Arthur Conan Doyle, Confirmation Bias, List Price

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27 Feb 2016
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The better the reason for acceptance, the more likely are the beliefs, or statements are to. Inadequate reasons, no reasons, or false reasons should le
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