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PHIL 1010 Practice Final Answer Key 1. C [conjunction] 2. A [simple statement; the “and” conjoins the subjects in a relation] 3. E [conditional] 4. E [conditional; “every time” is a sufficiency condition] 5. D [disjunction; “unless” is a disjunctive indicator] 6. C [modus tollens] 7. D [disjunctive syllogism (with linked causal argument)] 8. B [denying the antecedent; fallacious] 9. A [tri-conditional] 10. B [exclusive] 11. C [conclusory feature = the moral right to thrive] 12. B [analogue = heterosexual couples] 13. A [non-empirical, equal treatment] 14. C [primary subject = gay couples] 15. C [relevant property = disapproval of intermarriage] 16. A [target = Americans] 17. E [mode = 75%] 18. A [mean = 64%] 19. B [median = 68.5%] 20. D [outlier = Turkey] 21. C [ad hominem] 22. C [correlation between b.c. and h.a. in women > 50] 24. C [cannot conclusively demonstrate no E3s] 25. C [consequentialist] 26. B [altering legal codes] 27. A [aretaic – PERHAPS consequentialist if good arg. is provided]
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