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False = False analogy Is drawing a conclusion on the basis of TOO few or irrelevant similarities Sex like eating is a human appetite. We are morally allowed to enjoy eating a banquet meal with many people. So we are morally allowed to have a sex orgy with many people DEDUCTION Genus – type of argument Difference – claims the conclusion follows from the premises with NECESSITY - Hypothetical syllogism (mixed) – 1 type - one premise is hypothetical proposition - if A, then C - Antecedent – “if” - Consequent – “then” - one premises class proposition - Class proposition in conclusion Hypothetical syllogism - syllogism – 2 premises - 1p – if one is a materialis, then one does not believe in an immortal human soul. - 2p – karl marx was a materaliast - c – he did not believe in an immortal human soul VALIDITY -genus – correct form difference – of a deductive argument - if A, then C
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- A is true - So C is true Affirming the antecedent - p1 – if A, then C - p2 – A is true – affirms the antecedent
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