PHILO1200assgmt14

PHILO1200assgmt14 - Shanni Deng TA: Kris Biniek Weekly...

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Shanni Deng TA: Kris Biniek Weekly Assignment #14 The first three exercises for this week combine to sets of exercises from the textbook, i.e., 8.8 and 8.9, located on pages 319 – 322 of your text. Instructions: For each of the three following exercises, you need to complete 4 tasks: 1. Identify the premises and conclusion ( 1 mark ) 2. Identify which of Mill’s four methods the argument appeals to ( 1 mark ) 3. State whether the argument is strong or weak ( 1 mark ) 4. Identify the errors in causal reasoning each argument would be most likely to make, given the information provided in the argument ( 1 mark ) Exercises: 5 (on page 319) – 4 marks 1. P1: For most of the school year the number of disciplinary actions taken weekly because of student misconduct at North High School has remained roughly the same. P2: For the last month the number of actions per week has gone down considerably. C: There can only be one reason: last month a new Code of Student Conduct was
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This note was uploaded on 10/23/2011 for the course PHILOSOP 1200 taught by Professor Viger during the Fall '09 term at UWO.

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