PHL001-A5 and more

PHL001-A5 and more - REMINDERS/SUGGESTIONS FOR STUDYING FOR...

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REMINDERS/SUGGESTIONS FOR STUDYING FOR THE SECOND MID-TERM: When reconstructing an argument, please remember to follow the guidelines . As always, remember to number the lines, to underline the last premise, and to make sure that you get the order of the premises correctly, and so on. Please note that getting the correct order of the premises is especially important when you are stating explicit premises. Please remember to follow the instructions on the second mid-term, as always. Not many new concepts were learnt after chapter 4, but you should know their definitions and be able to apply them even to old material . The best way to do this is to come up with your own questions and examples. 1) For example, you should know what 'unless' and 'only if' mean and what conditionals express them: i.e. statements of the form ‘If P (not) P then Q (not Q)’, and how necessary and sufficient conditions can also be expressed as conditionals, and so on. You can look at the lecture notes from after the first mid-term and see what kinds of examples were given that can give you a general idea of what kind of examples you should be able to come
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