SIMON FRASER phil001 1077001week3#2part

SIMON FRASER phil001 1077001week3#2part - Dr Mcs...

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Dr Mc’s Philosophy 001 (1077) Part Notes, Week 3#2 © Some arguments are _____, but their pattern is not captured in __________________ logic. 1. All dogs are mammals 2. All mammals are animals. 3. All dogs are animals. If we assigned variables to the declarative sentences, leaving out the logical connectives, what would we have? We must look more ______________________________. We must use ______________________________ logic. The variables pick out ____________________________. A= B= C= 1. 2. 3. _______—the truth of the premises of any argument with this pattern would _____________________________________________. Instead of learning a ___________________________ in predicate logic, we will learn __________. Heads-up—we will not be using any variables in predicate other than _______________________________ Meanwhile, what, besides valid arguments, are well-formed? 1077001week3#2part 1
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________________ Arguments An argument is ___________ if and only if it is not ______ but the
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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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