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Agenda Most of Rest Term Reasonings often with hidden parts Eg generalization, survey type reasoning Eg science hypothesis testing type reasoning Eg ethics type reasoning Eg aggregation type reasoning QuickTime™ and a decompressor are needed to see this picture.
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Thu 13 Mar - Thu 20 Mar Agenda Reasonings often with hidden parts Eg generalization, survey type reasoning Eg science hypothesis testing type reasoning Eg ethics type reasoning Eg aggregation type reasoning QuickTime™ and a decompressor are needed to see this picture.
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Agenda Part 1 Thu 13 Mar Topics: Generalization, polling/surveys type reasoning Examples. General pattern for generalization polling/surveys type reasoning. Usually hidden, implicit premises, parts conclusion. Ungeneralizable sample in generalization polling/surveys type reasoning Sample statistic incorrect in generalization polling/surveys type reasoning Sample size incorrect in generalization polling/surveys type reasoning given conclusion
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Slide 4 Pattern Generalizations Hidden Premises
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Unstated Premises GRM ch 3 GRM: Is there a hidden P? "Feels like gap in stated premises". = Explicit argument, reasoning, green reason bubble deductive invalid. GRM: What is hidden P? P that "fills gap". = (1) Adding P makes explicit argument, reasoning, green reason bubble deductive valid (with tricky qualifications), and (2) Reasoner likely to believe new argument correct, ie green reason bubble deductive valid and hidden P true
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Correctness Reasoning GRM ch 6.1 Two aspects, parts Reason bubble: Relation premises to conclusion Premises boxes: Truth, "acceptability", premises Correct? All correct?
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4 Possible Cases GRM ch 6.1 Correct All correct Incorrect Some or all inc orrect
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Correctness Reasoning GRM ch 6.1 Two aspects, parts Correct: Reason bubble: Relation premises to conclusion Correct? Premises boxes: Truth, "acceptability", premises Correct? All correct?
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Slide 9 Pattern Generalizations Hidden Premises
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Slide 10 Pattern Generalizations Hidden Premises Convenience intermediate conclusion
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Slide 11 Pattern Generalizations Simple Parts
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Slide 12 Pattern Generalizations Simple Parts Generalizati part of
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Agenda Thu 13 Mar F?
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Agenda Tue 18 Mar Part 1 Generalizati part of F?
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Generalizable Sample Intro Stat Investigations , ch 3
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Generalizable Sample Sample (parameter value) generalizable to intended popn (parameter value) IF Sample representative (for parameter of interest) Sample probability sample, eg SRS Sample unbiased sample (for parameter of interest)
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Generalizable Sample Sample (parameter value) generalizable to intended popn (parameter value) IF Sample representative (for parameter of interest) Sample probability sample, eg SRS Sample unbiased sample (for parameter of interest)
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Representative Sample Research Health Sciences , 5th edn
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Representative Sample Issues Samples rarely representative (for parameter of interest in intended popn) Have to know intended popn parameter value to know whether sample representative (for parameter of interest in intended popn)
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