Phil 164-4 - Sound factually correct Deductively invalid:...

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Phil 164-4 15:15 P is true, Q is false = False P is true, Q is true = True P is false, Q is false = True P is false, Q is true = True What makes the antecedent true? Identify these things, also identify what makes the  consequence false? Deductive arguments and non-deductive argument.  SPEAKERS INTENTIONS: Deductive: The speaker intends the truth of the premises to guarantee the truth of the conclusion. SPEAKER-INDEPENDENT Deductively valid: If the premises are true, guarantees the truth of the conclusion.
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Unformatted text preview: Sound factually correct Deductively invalid: Its not the case that the truth of the premises guarantee the truth of the conclusion. Unsound not factually correct Non-deductive: The speaker does not intend the truth of the premises to guarantee the truth of the conclusion. Inductive arguments (same as non-deductive): Enumerative argument Abductive argumentxn 15:15 15:15...
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Phil 164-4 - Sound factually correct Deductively invalid:...

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