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VANDERBILTPHIL-1003Kelly SwopeSpring

PHIL-1003 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Ad Hominem, Hasty Generalization, Fallacy

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Formal fallacy: a logical error hat occurs in the form or structure of an argument; it is restricted to deductive arguments. Informal fallacy: a mistak
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VANDERBILTPHIL-1003Kelly SwopeSpring

PHIL-1003 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Ostensive Definition, Operational Definition, Intension

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Intension: specified by listing properties or attributes that the term connotes - in other words, its sense. Extension: the class or collection of obje
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VANDERBILTPHIL-1003Kelly SwopeSpring

PHIL-1003 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Middle Term, Deductive Reasoning

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PHIL-1003 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Syllogism, Categorical Proposition, Venn Diagram

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Categorical proposition - relates two classes of objects, either affirms or denies total class inclusion, or else it affirms or denies partial class in
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VANDERBILTPHIL-1003Kelly SwopeSpring

PHIL-1003 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: False Premise, Deductive Reasoning, Modus Tollens

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Argument: a group of statements in which the conclusion is claimed to follow the premises. Sentences that express beliefs or opinions, but no support,
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