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Unformatted text preview: -The conclusion follows from the premises i.e.: if the premises were all true, then the conclusion would have to be true as well i.e.: there is no possible situation in which all the premises are true and the conclusion is false An argument can have false premises and still be valid. An argument can have a false conclusion and still be valid. An argument is sound if and only if:-It is both (i) valid and (ii) all of its premises are in fact true A sound argument cannot have false premises or a false conclusion. The Causal-Representative Theory of Perception. .. Lockes Hypothesis: Typically, our sensations are caused by objects that resemble them However It is not a necessary truth that our sensations/sensory images resemble the things that cause them Even if this is how things are, it could have been different. How? A question How do we know that our sensory images do typically resemble the objects that caused them?...
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- Spring '09