A CONCISE INTRODUCTION TO LOGIC
Arguments, Premises, and
Logic may be defined as the organized body of knowledge, or science, that evaluates arguments.
An argument, in its simplest form, is a group of statements, one or more of whic
Logic Exam Revision
State whether each of the following is true or false.
a. A statement, by itself alone, is either a premise or a
conclusion. | False
b. All deductive arguments have general premises and
particular conclusions. | False
c. If an argume
Intro to philosophy
December 14, 2016
Essay Question 1
Although it is widely alleged that destiny is by choice, there are a vast number of people
who believed that it is by fate. Those who believed it is by choice fol
Intro to Logic
May 3, 2011
Essay Exam 2
The following is a memorandum written by the director of student affairs to the president
of Cedar College.
"It would be a mistake to rehire the Good-Taste Company to supply the food in our
dormitories and employee