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Law of Non-Contradiction Nothing can both be and not be Law of Excluded Middle Something either is or isn’t Law of Identify Everything is identical of itself Everything must follow these laws to exist Deductive Logic Argument in which a conclusion is guaranteed by the premises Inductive Logic Proposition Statement that is either true of false Argument Grouping one or more prop. In defense of another prop. Sound Valid and True argument Strong
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Conclusion supported by the premises Cogent Inductively strong and true
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Unformatted text preview: Circluar Argument Conclusion is assumed in argument Category Mistake Put something in a category where it doesnt belong Hellenistic Epicureanism Garden philosophers Atarazia Understanding nature Materialistic Work out your own salvation in this world Seek pleasure through the avoidance of pain Balanced lifestyle Epistolai Letters by epicurus Stoicism Dispation Apathia Remove ones self from emotions Rationality Reason Skepticism...
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