SIMON FRASER phil001 1077001week3#1part

SIMON FRASER phil001 1077001week3#1part - Dr Mcs...

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Dr Mc’s Philosophy 001 (1077) Part Notes, Week 3#1 © Assignment 2 is due in your tutorial ____________. It is __________ Assignment 1 is _______________. Recall from last time. Two requirements for an argument to be a __________. (i.e., ___________________) 1. Its conclusion must _________________________ 2. Its premises must ___________________________ An argument whose premises, ____________, would support its conclusion, is called “_______________”. An argument is ____________ if and only if it is _______________ __________ An argument is valid= Example: _________ An argument is cogent= if its premises are true, they ___________ _____________, but they could be _________________________ Example: Whether or not an argument is _____ is simply a matter of its _____. (Not so, we’ll see, with __________, but Feldman’s _____________) 1077001week3#1part 1
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How do we display the ______ of an argument? In some cases, we can use _________________ logic. 1.
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This note was uploaded on 04/15/2010 for the course PHIL 001 taught by Professor Peterhorban during the Fall '09 term at Simon Fraser.

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