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Exam1StudyGuide - I nstructor Mike Olsen Phil 110 Exam 1...

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Instructor Mike Olsen Phil. 110 – Exam # 1 Study Guide Spring 2009 Exam #1 will cover Chapters 1 through 5 & 12 from your Course Reader, and lecture material. The exam will be closed-note and closed-book. The exam will be on Friday, March 6 th . The exam will consist of: Fill in the blank (40%) Argument Analysis (15%) You should be familiar with the following terms: Premise Claim Inference Conclusion Argument Explanation Enthymemes/Elliptical Arguments Principle of Charity What is the status of an “opinion” in critical thinking? What is the status of a “should” statement in critical thinking? What is the “is/ought fallacy?” How do we analyze conditional statements (“If-then” and “unless”) and disjunctive statements (“Either-or”)? (Hint : The answer is the same for both!) Are conditional or disjunctive statements arguments by themselves? The Principle of Charity demands what when analyzing elliptical arguments?
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