Answers_logic_exIII

Answers_logic_exIII - PHIL 100 0203,0204,207 Answers...

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1 PHIL 100 §§0203,0204,207 Answers Exercises III TA: Kallfelz EIO 2 Standard Syllogistic form: No P are M Some S are M Some S are not-P Validity -VALID Rule Justification A OK, only major premise is (universal)negative B C OK, M is distributed in major premise (since it’s the predicate of an E-form) D OK, P is distributed in conclusion (it’s the predicate of an O-form) and P is distributed in major premise (it’s the subject of an E-form) E OK by default, only major premise is universal (both premises must be universal for rule to take effect.) AAO 3 Standard Syllogistic form: All M are P All M are S Some S are not-P Validity -REALLY INVALID ff Rule Justification A OK, no negative premises B NO Pass- Conclusion is particular neg., but both premises are affirm. C OK, M is the subject of an A-form, for both premises D NO Pass- P is distributed in conclusion (it’s the predicate of an O-form), but not in major premise (it’s the predicate of an A-form) E NO Pass – both premises are univ., but conclusion is particular (negative) EEA 1 Standard Syllogistic form: No M are P No S are M All S are P Validity - INVALID f Rule Justification A NO Pass – both premises universal neg B NO Pass, premises are both negative but conclusion is universal affirmative
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