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Unformatted text preview: Today Agenda Part 1 Thu 23 Sep Topics: Correctness reasonings, arguments Two parts Abstract, theoretical, idea validity, green reason bubble correctness Today Agenda Part 2 Thu 23 Sep Testing arguments, reasoning, for green reason bubble deductive validity correctness Supervised Tests Topics and Dates Supervised test 1 Starts available this week Covers analyzing reasoning (simple, extended) into important parts Agenda Tue 21 Sep Topics: Correctness reasonings, arguments Two parts Abstract, theoretical, idea validity, green reason bubble correctness Course Goals General goals, skills: Skill Identifying whether reasoning, argument, or not Skill Separating reasoning, arguments, into important parts Skill Evaluating when reasoning, arguments, correct, incorrect Applying to famous examples Course Goals General goals, skills, order: Partly done : Skill Separating reasoning, arguments, into important parts Skill Evaluating when reasoning, arguments, correct, incorrect Skill Identifying whether reasoning, argument, or not Applying to famous examples Important Parts (GRM Ch 1) Conclusion(s), ending points, what trying to prove, figure out Intermediate Final Not done yet: Hiddden, unhidden Premises, starting points, information and ideas used Words, word information Picture, picture information Not done yet: Hiddden, unhidden Agenda Tue 21 Sep Topics: Correctness reasonings, arguments Two parts Abstract, theoretical, idea validity, green reason bubble correctness Correctness Reasoning GRM ch 6.1 Two aspects, parts Green Reason bubble: Concerns Relation premises to conclusion Premises boxes: Concerns Truth, "acceptability", premises Correct? Incorrect? All correct? Some incorrect? 4 Possible Cases GRM ch 6.1 Correct All correct Incorrect Some or all incorrect All correct Incorrect Some or all incorrect Correct Correctness Premises GRM ch 6.1 Correct, good, valid, sound, true, Premise boxes All premises acceptable, true Incorrect, bad, invalid, unsound, false, Premise boxes: Some or all premises unacceptable, false Correct ? Incorrect ? Agenda Tue 21 Sep Topics: Correctness reasonings, arguments Two parts Abstract, theoretical, idea validity, green reason bubble correctness For GRM Textbook Correctness Green Reason Bubble GRM ch 6.1, 6.4 GRM Green reason bubble correctness has degrees, not just Yes/No. 100% = Deductive green reason bubble deductive correct. Deductive valid. Logic valid. <100% and >%50 = Inductive green reason bubble correct. Inductive strong....
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