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School: George Mason
Course: Logic And Critical Thinking
Final Exam Study Guide Disclaimer: This is a guide only and is not guaranteed to be complete. To prepare for IT 103 final exam, go over the reading assignments, lab case studies, and lecture notes. Lecture 6: Systems Analysis 1. System development life cy
School: George Mason
Course: Logic And Critical Thinking
Chapter 7 18 Rules of Natural Deduction For the first 8 rules of implication you must get the term you want to change/use on the left hand side. P v Q is True when one is false, exclusively, or when both are true, inclusively In an indirect proof, we sta
School: George Mason
Course: Logic And Critical Thinking
Worksheet 4 Answers Exercise 4.7 Part I 1. All banks that make too many risky loans are banks that will fail. 2. No women military officers are people eligible for combat duty. 3. All times security measures are lax are times terrorist attacks succeed. 4.
School: George Mason
Course: Logic And Critical Thinking
Worksheet Dec. 7 Due Dec. 9 Name_ Construct proofs for the following logical truths using CP. 1.Prove: AA 2. Prove: (A v ~B) (~A ~B) 3. Prove: A (B A) 4. Prove: A (~A ~A) Construct proofs for the following using IP. 5. 1. A (premise) Prove ~A without usin
School: George Mason
Course: Logic And Critical Thinking
Proofs Practice 1. 1. A (Pr) Prove ~A without using DN. 2. 1 A (B C) (Pr) Prove (A B) C without using Exp, Impl, DeM or Assc. 3. 1. ~(Q P) (Pr) Prove Q ~P without using DeM 4. 1. (A B) C (Pr) Prove A (B C) without using Assc. 5. Similar but different. 1.
School: George Mason
Course: Logic And Critical Thinking
Proofs Practice ANSWERS 1. 1. A (premise) Prove ~A without using DN. 1. A (Pr) 2. ~A (AIP) 3. A ~A (1,2, Conj) 4. ~A (2-3, IP) 2. 1 A (B C) Prove (A B) C without using exportation, IMPL, DeM or assoc. 1 A (B C) 2. AB 3. A 4. BC 5. B 6. C 7. (A B) C (Pr) (
School: George Mason
Course: Logic And Critical Thinking
Logic Logic Logic is the study of correct reasoning. Logic is the study of inferences. Logic is the study of arguments. Here is a correct inference: Either Bob is going to the fairground or Susan will meet him at the cinema. Susan will not meet him a
School: George Mason
Course: Logic And Critical Thinking
Categorical Propositions Categorical Propositions A Categorical Proposition is a proposition that relates two kinds, classes, or categories of things. For example: All cats are animals. This says that the class of cats is a part of the class of animal
School: George Mason
Course: Logic And Critical Thinking
Informal Fallacies What is a Fallacy? Fallacies: Making Bad Arguments Appear Good Formal Fallacies vs. Informal Fallacies Formal Fallacies are about structure. Only purportedly deductive arguments can suffer from a formal fallacy. Informal Fallacies a
School: George Mason
Course: Logic And Critical Thinking
Categorical Syllogisms Syllogisms A syllogism is an argument with 2 premises and a conclusion. As a first pass, a categorical syllogism is made up of 3 categorical propositions, with 3 different terms, each used twice in different propositions. All men
School: George Mason
Course: Logic And Critical Thinking
Symbolizing English Sentences Symbolizing Simple Sentences We use single letters for simple sentences. Usually we use a letter that will remind us of the sentence. For example, to symbolize: Rob plays a mean harpsichord. We might use the letter R. Negat
School: George Mason
Course: Logic And Critical Thinking
Propositional Logic Why is it called propositional logic? Because the basic units of it are propositions or statements. In categorical logic the basic units are terms within a statement. And in fact the compound units of it are propositions too. Propos
School: George Mason
Effective Argumentation Spotting, Challenging, and Repairing Fallacious Arguments Prof. R. Cherubin, Philosophy Department, GMU 1. Examine all arguments and explanations your own and the ones you read. Can you see how the conclusions follow as infer
School: George Mason
Course: Logic And Critical Thinking
Final Exam Study Guide Disclaimer: This is a guide only and is not guaranteed to be complete. To prepare for IT 103 final exam, go over the reading assignments, lab case studies, and lecture notes. Lecture 6: Systems Analysis 1. System development life cy
School: George Mason
Course: Logic And Critical Thinking
Exam 1 Practice Exam 1 will be of multiple-choice format. Recommended studying for Exam 1 includes the following items. Relevant practice problems from the textbook are in brackets (Obviously, the more you do, the better you will be at that particular are
School: George Mason
Course: Logic And Critical Thinking
Exam 2 Practice Recommended studying for Exam 2 includes the following items. Relevant practice problems from the textbook are in brackets (Obviously, the more you do, the better you will be at that particular area. If you are able to do the relevant exer
School: George Mason
Course: Logic And Critical Thinking
Exam 3 Practice Recommended studying for Exam 3 includes the following items. Relevant practice problems from the textbook are in brackets (Obviously, the more you do, the better you will be at that particular area. If you are able to do the relevant exer
School: George Mason
Course: Philosophy & Literature
Philisophy study guide on popular philosophers and types of beliefs
School: George Mason
Course: Logic And Critical Thinking
Worksheet 4 Answers Exercise 4.7 Part I 1. All banks that make too many risky loans are banks that will fail. 2. No women military officers are people eligible for combat duty. 3. All times security measures are lax are times terrorist attacks succeed. 4.
School: George Mason
Course: Logic And Critical Thinking
Worksheet Dec. 7 Due Dec. 9 Name_ Construct proofs for the following logical truths using CP. 1.Prove: AA 2. Prove: (A v ~B) (~A ~B) 3. Prove: A (B A) 4. Prove: A (~A ~A) Construct proofs for the following using IP. 5. 1. A (premise) Prove ~A without usin
School: George Mason
Danjczek 1 Peter Danjczek Professor R. Cherubin Philosophy 253002 13 February 2008 Assignment 1 Plato, Euthyphro In Plato's the Euthyphro, Socrates seeks out the definition of piety through a series of questions and answers with Euthyphro. Socrates s
School: George Mason
Course: Logic And Critical Thinking
Philosophy 173: Logic and Critical Thinking Syllabus, Fall 2010 Tuesdays and Thursdays 10:30 11:45am Science and Technology I 224 Course Description and Aims: This course involves the development of analytical reasoning skills through the study of fallaci