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UCSDPHIL 10Rick GrushFall

PHIL 10 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Ad Hominem, Informal Fallacy, Bandwagoning

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Phil 10 textbook notes chapter 5: informal fallacies. Informal fallacies: patterns of reasoning that are sometimes good, sometimes bad. Cognitive biase
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UCSDPHIL 10Rick GrushFall

PHIL 10 Chapter 4: Replacement Rules, Indirect Proof, and Tautologies

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Phil 10 textbook notes chapter 4: replacement rules, indirect proof, and. Inference rules go from one or more statements to one new statement that is i
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UCSDPHIL 10Rick GrushFall

PHIL 10 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Counterexample, Truth Function

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Phil 10 textbook notes chapter 2: truth functions and truth tables. Valid argument: all true premises and false conclusion not possible. Truth function
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UCSDPHIL 10Rick GrushFall

PHIL 10 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Daniel Kahneman, Social Dominance Orientation, Confirmation Bias

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Phil 10 textbook notes chapter 6: cognitive biases. Informal fallacies: problems with inductive reasoning, bad reasoning is explicit. Cognitive biases:
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UCSDPHIL 10Rick GrushFall

PHIL 10 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Nsb Di 8, Modus Tollens, Modus Ponens

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Phil 10 textbook notes chapter 3: proofs in sentential logic. Lines: numbered premises: conclusion not on a numbered line. Producing line with conclusi
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