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PHILO1200Assgmt3 - Shanni Deng T.A Kristina Beniek Sept 30...

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Shanni Deng Sept. 30, 2008 T.A.: Kristina Beniek Philosophy 1200 – Weekly Assignment #3 3.2.1 Step 1: [Conclusion] Jack is lying. [Premises] Either Jack is lying or he is not. If his ears turn red, he’s lying. If they don’t turn red, he’s telling the truth. His ears are red. Step 2: Deductively valid. Step 3: Does not apply. Step 4: Does not apply. 3.2.7 Step 1: [Conclusion] People with high grades – which are comparable to high IQ scores – also probably have psychic abilities. [Premise] People with high IQs have psychic abilities. Step 2: Not deductively valid. Step 3: Inductively strong. Step 4: Does not apply. 3.2.13 Step 1: [Conclusion] Let’s face it, she’s probably guilty. [Premise] All the evidence in this trial suggests that Lizzy Borden is guilty of murder. Step 2: Not deductively valid. Step 3: Inductively strong. Step 4: Does not apply. 3.3.5 Inductively strong. 3.3.7 Deductively valid. 3.3.10 Deductively invalid. 3.3.15 Deductively invalid.
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