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U OF SPHIL 140Eric DaytonWinter

PHIL 140 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Syllogism, Obversion, National Thoroughbred Racing Association

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Chapter 1 Notes.pdf

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Happen in the privacy of our own minds. argument - to engage in a public interpersonal reasoning process. A social exchange between two or more persons
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U OF SPHIL 140Eric DaytonWinter

PHIL 140 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Modus Ponens

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Chapter 5 Notes.pdf

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Chapter 4 Notes.pdf

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Monotonic argument - an inference or argument where the addition of information cannot overturn an established conclusions. In a non-monotonic argument
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Chapter 3 Notes.pdf

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Chapter 2 Notes.pdf

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Classification - a kind of division according to a rule. A group of individuals is divided into subgroups by a rule that sorts them by a set of common
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