philosophy study guide one

philosophy study guide one - PhilosophyTest1StudyGuide Logic

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Philosophy Test 1 Study Guide Logic Construct and use a truth table to demonstrate that an argument’s  premises imply it’s conclusion. A    B          ¬ ˅ B       A B       A B T    T          F          T             T T      T T    F           F          F             T F      F F    T           T          F             T T      F F    F           T          F             F  T      T Translate from English to predicate logic. 1) Jones drank a can of beer -- j; Jones Dx; drank a can of beer -Dj 2) Nobody watched American Idol last night. -- Ax; x watched American  Idol last night - ¬(Ex)Ax 3) All gymnasts are athletes. -- Gx; x is a gymnast, Ax; is an athlete -( Ā x)(Gx →Ax) 4) Linda isn’t going to watch American Idol unless it’s commercial free.  --l; Linda, a; American Idol, Wxy; x is going to watch y, Cx; x has commercials -Ca →¬Wla Translate from Predicate logic to English Key: -b: Bob -j: Joe -r: Bob’s beer -s: Joe’s beer -Dxy: x drank y -Bx: x is beer -Mx: x is manly beer
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This note was uploaded on 01/17/2011 for the course PHIL 2001 taught by Professor Grindallin during the Spring '10 term at University of Georgia Athens.

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