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MIZZOUPHIL 1200Andre AriewFall

PHIL 1200 Chapter 0: Hot Hand & Heuristics

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MIZZOUPHIL 1200hermanSpring

PHIL 1200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 32: False Dilemma, The Slippery Slope, Argument From Authority

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PHIL 1200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 33: Hasty Generalization, Simple Random Sample, Sampling Bias

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PHIL 1200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7,9: Abbreviation, Venn Diagram, Categorical Logic

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The system of categorical logic developed by aristotle is the study of arguments composed of sentences that state relationships between categories of t
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MIZZOUPHIL 1200Andre AriewFall

PHIL 1200 Chapter 0: Judgement Heuristics (Video)

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MIZZOUPHIL 1200hermanSpring

PHIL 1200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Sentence Clause Structure, Truth Function, Stoicism

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Stoic logic begins with the precise definitions of all key ideas. A self-complete sayable is a meaning that can be expressed in a complete sentence. 5
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MIZZOUPHIL 1100Nicholas BaimaFall

PHIL 1100 Chapter 31: Abortion

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MIZZOUPHIL 1100Nicholas BaimaFall

PHIL 1100 Chapter 20: World Poverty

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MIZZOUPHIL 1100Nicholas BaimaFall

PHIL 1100 Chapter 21: Feeding the Hungry

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MIZZOUPHIL 1200hermanSpring

PHIL 1200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Logical Biconditional, Material Conditional

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A truth table is a table that displays a functional correspondence between two sets of truth-values. In truth-functional logic, a conditional sentence
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MIZZOUPHIL 1200hermanSpring

PHIL 1200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-2: Enthymeme, Deductive Reasoning, Informal Logic

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Logic- is the systematic study of the standards of correct reasoning. Reasoning- occurs when you conclude one thing on the basis of something else, in
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MIZZOUPHIL 1200hermanSpring

PHIL 1200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Deductive Reasoning

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Chapter 4- how to evaluate a deductive argument. If a deductive argument succeeds in its aim (conclusion must be true if its premises all are true), th
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