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1 REVIEW From the Week 8 Blackboard INTRODUCTION Know the definitions of the four Aristotelian “Causes” From the Week 8 Blackboard PRESENTATION Know the three aspects or elements of causal claims Understand the use of the Relevant Difference & Common Thread patterns of causal reasoning Know the ‘ common mistakes’ of causal reasoning Know the three methods of investigation of general causal claims Review the post hoc ergo propter hoc fallacy and how it applies to correlation/causation issues Know the five types of relations that are used to address the causal connections between things The following 12 questions are based on information in Chapter 11 pp350-380 of the course textbook. Understand the difference between arguments and causal statement , and be able to identify examples of each Know the definition of a causal hypothesis Know the three Principle of Causal Hypotheses and recognize examples of the application of each one
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