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Unformatted text preview: An inconsistent set of premises consists of both true premises and false premises o Argument will turn out valid o Have to have ALL true premises Every deductive argument with an inconsistent set of premises is valid even if the conclusion bares no relation to the premises P1: today is Sunday P2: today is not Sunday C: my pet turtle is feeling nauseous Valid, but not sound Sound argument A valid argument With all true premises...
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- Fall '07