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2010.09.16 - Today Agenda Thu 16 Sep • Analyzing...

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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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This note was uploaded on 11/03/2010 for the course PHIL 120 taught by Professor Irvine during the Fall '10 term at UBC.

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