Syllogism homework - double spaced - 8-28-09

Syllogism homework - double spaced - 8-28-09 - 5 Whatever...

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John Hebson 8-28-09 WRTG 3040 Syllogism Homework 1) Men with mean and hungry looks are dangerous. Cassius is a man with a mean and hungry look Cassius is dangerous. 2) Puritans hate to give people pleasure. Bear baiting gives pleasure to people. Puritans hate bear baiting. 3) Our ideas reach further than our experience We have no experience of the divine Therefore we have no idea of the divine
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4) Poetry is imitative art. Metaphysical poets do not imitate art or nature. Many poets do not write poetry.
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Unformatted text preview: 5) Whatever is pleasurable cannot be cruel Hunting is pleasureable Therefore, Hunting is not cruel. 6) That which cannot be proved isn’t dangerous Strontium 90 cannot be proved to be dangerous Strontium 90 is not dangerous 7) National deities cannot have Realistic examinations Lincoln is a national diety Therefore, Lincoln cannot have a realistic examination 8) I have never hit anything that I have tried to hit I tried to shoot that man I did not hurt that man...
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