PHI chapter one questions

PHI chapter one questions - Rebecca Kuemmel September 15th...

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Rebecca Kuemmel September 15 th 2008 PHI 108-04 Chapter 1 Questions Exercises Pt. A- 2. One argument, multiple premises. Premise 1: Smallpox is no longer a threat to anyone in the United States Premise 2: The vaccination against it is unpleasant and, in rare cases, life-threatening. Conclusion: We were wise when we ceased the routine vaccination of our children. 4. No argument 6. Multiple arguments, complex argument. Premise 1: It is not difficult to program computers so that they “learn” from their mistakes. Conclusion 1: Computers will soon exceed the abilities of humans at complex games such as chess or bridge. Premise 2: It is not difficult to program computers so that they “learn” from their mistakes. Conclusion 2: That makes it obvious that computers think. Premise 3: Computers will soon exceed the abilities of humans at complex games such as chess or bridge. Conclusion 3: That makes it obvious that computers think. 8. One argument
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