Exercises08-09-25Key - PHIL 1010, CRITICAL THINKING...

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PHIL 1010, CRITICAL THINKING EXERCISES DUE THURS, 9/25 EXERCISES 4.1 (Sections 1-1.2) D. Provide two examples of uncontroversial empirical statements that you have read in one of your textbooks from your other courses. Be sure to provide a complete citation. See pp. 213-214 of the book. I can’t provide actual answer because I don’t have your textbooks. What I am looking for is an uncontroversial statement of the observations of a person. E. Find two examples of testimonial statements in one or more of your textbooks for your other courses. Be sure to provide a complete citation. See pp. 213-214 of the book. I can’t provide actual answer because I don’t have your textbooks. What I am looking for is an uncontroversial statement of the observations of a person. In this case, they will be observations that someone other than the author of the book made and then reported to the author of the book. EXERCISES 4.2 (Section 1.3) B. Determine which, if any of the following, would make good premises because they are uncontroversial definitional statements. 1. Blue is the most popular color. No. 2. Green is the color of grass. No. 3. According to the American Heart Association, “Coronary heart disease is America's No. 1 killer.” No. 4. According to the American Lovers of Fried Foods Association, high cholesterol makes us healthy. No.
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Exercises08-09-25Key - PHIL 1010, CRITICAL THINKING...

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