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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Mark BrownWinter

PHI 1101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Teenage Rebel, Enthymeme

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8 Sep 2016
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What do we mean when we say that an argument has an enthymeme in it: spot is a cat, and all cats are mammals. Thus, spot is a mammal: all humans are mo
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Mark BrownWinter

PHI 1101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Statistical Syllogism, Lake Ontario, Beagle

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8 Sep 2016
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An argument intended to provide probable (but not conclusive) support for its conclusion. The premises of a nondeductive argument are meant to make the
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Mark BrownWinter

PHI 1101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Ds 5, Thanetian, Junkers J 1

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8 Sep 2016
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An argument intended to provide logically conclusive support for its conclusion. The defining characteristic of a deductive argument is that it is vali
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Mark BrownWinter

PHI 1101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Logical Truth, Geometric Shape

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8 Sep 2016
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Mark BrownWinter

PHI 1101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Venn Diagram, Syllogism

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8 Sep 2016
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In categorical reasoning the statements, or claims, of interest are categorical statements. Categorical statements make simple assertions about categor
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Mark BrownWinter

PHI 1101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Loaded Question, Ad Hominem, Penknife

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8 Sep 2016
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The existence of ghosts has never been disproved. Alice argued forcefully again the expansion of the highway, but you shouldn"t listen to her; after al
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Mark BrownFall

PHI 1101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: If....

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29 Feb 2016
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We can put simple arguments (arguments with only one inference) into standard form just by listing the premises one after another, drawing a line, then
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Mark BrownWinter

PHI 1101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Pediatrics, Botany, Toxicology

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8 Sep 2016
7
Either you are alive or you are not. All these examples above are known as analytic statements: statements that are true or false because of their form
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Mark BrownWinter

PHI 1101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Iced Tea, Jameson Irish Whiskey, Michael Ignatieff

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8 Sep 2016
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An analogy is a comparison of two or more things that are alike in specific ways: analogies can also be used to argue inductively for a conclusion. Suc
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Mark BrownFall

PHI 1101 Chapter 1: PHI1101 Chapter 1 Reading

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29 Feb 2016
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Argument: set of claims, one of which (conclusion) is meant to be supported by the others. Conclusion: a claim meant to be supported by reasons offered
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Mark BrownWinter

PHI 1101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Psychological Egoism, Glaucon, Polemarchus

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8 Sep 2016
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Chapter One and Two.doc

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17 Sep 2014
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To persuade someone of the reasonableness of a position, we present arguments in. An argument is a set of claims, one of which is meant to be supported
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