2010.09.16

2010.09.16 - Today Agenda Thu 16 Sep Analyzing reasoning,...

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Unformatted text preview: Today Agenda Thu 16 Sep Analyzing reasoning, arguments, into important parts Simple reasoning. NO Clue words. 1 reasoning in source Simple reasoning. 1 reasoning in source. Extended reasoning. Clue words, no clue words. 1 reasoning in source Agenda Tue 14 Sep Analyzing simple reasoning, arguments, into important parts Simple reasoning. Clue words. 1 reasoning in source Unfinished : Simple reasoning. NO Clue words. 1 reasoning in source Course Goals General goals, skills to be acquired: Identifying whether reasoning, arguments Separating reasoning, arguments, into important parts Evaluating when reasoning, arguments, correct, incorrect Applying to famous examples Course Goals Order General goals, skills to be acquired: Separating reasoning, arguments, into important parts Evaluating when reasoning, arguments, correct, incorrect Identifying whether reasoning, arguments Applying to famous examples What You Should Have Thu 09 Sep Printed syllabus More today Online Syllabus Agenda Thu 09 Sep Course goals Course goals, illustrations goals Course mechanics Setup: Lectures, exam computer labs People Texts, other course materials Evaluation Vista website ClassNotes Class notes contents Copies overheads Some blanks Class notes availability rule Online usually evening before class Course Materials Linked to Syllabus Setup Lectures Drop in no-appointment computer labs Exam labs: Supervised tests. Drop in no-appointment help labs Course TA present Computer Labs Schedule Agenda Tue 14 Sep Analyzing simple reasoning, arguments, into important parts Simple reasoning. Clue words. 1 reasoning in source Unfinished : Simple reasoning. NO Clue words. 1 reasoning in source "Simple" Reasoning GRM ch 1 "Simple" reasoning Reasoning has no intermediate conclusion helping to prove final conclusion Reasoning source may contain >1 simple reasoning Eg, separate reasonings for separate conclusions Eg, separate reasonings for one conclusion "Extended" Reasoning GRM ch 1 "Extended" reasoning Reasoning has intermediate conclusion helping to prove final conclusion Reasoning source may contain >1 extended reasoning Eg, separate reasonings for separate final conclusions Eg, separate reasonings for one final conclusion Important Parts (GRM Ch 1) Conclusion(s), ending points, what trying to prove, figure out Intermediate Final Premises, starting points, information and ideas used Words, word information Picture, picture information Analyzing Reasoning GRM p 33-34 Analyzing, reconstructing, explicating, reasoning, arguments, into important parts = Finding premise(s) of reasoning Finding conclusion(s) of reasoning Reasoning Analysis Simple One Conclusion Analyze, explicate, reconstruct, reasoning Step1: Find, identify, conclusion Step2: Find, identify,...
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