# Textbook Notes for Carl Simpson

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WLUPP201Carl SimpsonFall

## PP201 Chapter 1: Chapter 1 Identifying Arguments

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## PP201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Co-Premise, Government Spending, Counterargument

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Standardize identifying an argument"s component propositions and considering how they relate to one another. In standardizing most arguments, it"s easi
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WLUPP201Carl SimpsonFall

## PP 201 Chapter 1: pp201 identifying arguments

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Argument: an attempt to justify or prove a conclusion through rational means: every argument has the following components, conclusion: what it is tryin
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## PP201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Syllogism, Middle Term, Obversion

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We previously learned that if a statement is false, its contradictory must be true. Immediate inferences- we don"t need any information in addition to
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WLUPP201Carl SimpsonFall

## PP201 Chapter 3a: Categorical Logic 1

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WLUPP201Carl SimpsonFall

## PP201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: The Main Point

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Advertisements are arguments that you should buy that product. Argument an attempt to justify or prove a conclusion. An argument tries to make you beli
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WLUPP201Carl SimpsonFall

## PP201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Modus Tollens, Demyship, Deductive Reasoning

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It"s important to be able to recognize necessary and sufficient conditions in whatever form they appear so that these arguments won"t mislead you. Ther
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WLUPP201Carl SimpsonFall

## PP201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Electrical Contacts

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16 Sep 2014
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Categorical statements make assertions about interrelations between categories or classes. Universal affirmation makes a positive statement about all m
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WLUPP201Carl SimpsonFall

## PP201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3-4: Venn Diagram, Modus Ponens, Modus Tollens

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28 Jan 2016
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Conditional statement: one in which it is claimed that something is or will be the case provided that some other situation obtains, sometimes called hy
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## PP201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5-6: Begging, Persuasive Definition, False Dilemma

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10 Nov 2017
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Chapter 5: language: stipulative definitions: establishes or restricts meaning for a particular purpose, ex. A student is anyone registered in one or m
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WLUPP201Carl SimpsonFall

## PP201 Chapter 4a: Necessary and Sufficient Conditions Part 1

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## PP201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4b: Deductive Reasoning, Peanut Butter

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26 Oct 2017
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Sufficient conditions, what follows i(cid:373)(cid:373)ediately after the word (cid:862)if (cid:863, (cid:862)all(cid:863) sig(cid:374)als a suffi(cid:
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