SIMON FRASER phil001 1077001week7#2part

SIMON FRASER phil001 1077001week7#2part - Dr Mcs Philosophy...

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Dr Mc’s Philosophy 001 (1077) Part Notes Week 7#2 © Argument Analysis 1. Decide whether an argument is being offered. -if not, _____________. -if so, _______________. 2. ______________ the argument. 3. _______________ the argument. 4. _______________ the argument. we are here! If the argument is not well-formed, make sure you have reconstructed it ______________________. If there is no reasonable way to make it well-formed, you may ___________ it. If the argument is well-formed, turn your attention to ____________________________. If you don’t agree with the conclusion, why not simply criticize it directly? _______________________________________________________________ If the conclusion is not reasonable for you to accept, you should ________________________________________ (Chapter 7, I, A) If the argument is valid, then ____________________________________. Example: 1077001week7#2part 1
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If the argument is cogent, then (i) ______________________________________, or (ii) ______________________________________. Examples:
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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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