Quiz 1.pdf - Quiz 1 on Moral Reasoning SU18 PHIL-186 Sec 81 Prof and Bus Ethics Due Jun5at11:59pm Points 30 Questions 10 Available

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6/5/2018 Quiz 1 on Moral Reasoning: SU18: PHIL-186 Sec 81 - Prof and Bus Ethics 1/5 Quiz 1 on Moral Reasoning Due Jun 5 at 11:59pm Points 30 Questions 10 Available Jun 4 at 12:59am ­ Jun 5 at 11:59pm 2 days Time Limit 30 Minutes Azempt History Attempt Time Score LATEST Attempt 1 7 minutes 30 out of 30 Score for this quiz: 30 out of 30 Submitted Jun 5 at 1:23pm This attempt took 7 minutes. 3 / 3 pts Question 1An argument can have false premises and still be valid. FalseTrue Correct! Correct! In a valid argument, the conclusion must follow necessarily from the premises. Hence so long as the conclusion follows, it doesn't matter if the premises are true or false. 3 / 3 pts Question 2In order to argue against an argument, it is a good idea to attack the personmaking it. Correct!
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6/5/2018 Quiz 1 on Moral Reasoning: SU18: PHIL-186 Sec 81 - Prof and Bus Ethics 2/5 This is attacking the person. You want to attack the argument, not the person making it.
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