PHL 311: Chapter 4 Homework 1. (1) anyone who lives with a smoker has an above-average risk of heart disease.
(2) Sarah doesnt live with a smoker_ Sarah doesnt have an above- average risk of heart disease
Invalid pattern: (1) All p1s are p2s
Philosophy 311 Chapter 2 Homework
Exercise 2.1: Example- Pr1 Example- Pr2 Example- Pr3 Example- Conclusion
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1. Any Friends of mine deserves my respect. Ed is a friend of mine. Therefore, Ed deserves my
respect. (In standard fo
Chapter 7 homework Exercise 7.1: Criticizing arguments that contain unclear words or Expressions: 1.
b. Exceptional children should be given special attention by the public education system. The words exceptional, special, and public all off
Philosophy 311: Chapter 3 Homework
b. (1) either [ I buy the net wizard desktop computer] or I should buy the hacker laptop
(2) I shouldnt buy the net wizard desktop computer should buy the hacker laptop I
d. (1) if David ca
Philosophy 311: Argument Homework: 5.1, 6.1, & 6.2
1. Assign letters to each simple statement given below and use our connective symbols to translate
the more complex statements built out of them into our formalism using letter
Exercises 6.3, 6.4, & 6.5` Exercise 6.3: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Exercise 6.4: 1. a. Appeals to force: Appeals to pity Appeals to force Prejudicial language Appeals to pity Appeals to force Prejudicial language Appeals to force Prejudicial language
Chapter 8 Homework Exercise 8.1: Generalizations, Descriptions of particulars, and Inductive Arguments
1. Determine, which of the following sentences are Generalizations, are universal, or statistical: b. Most people dont trust government St
Philosophy: Chapter 9 Homework Exercise 9.1:
2. This argument could work in the opposite direction showing that during the 1960s the increase in STDs led to an increase in sexual education as to counteract this development, not necessarily t
Philosophy Homework Chapter 10
Statement 1 explains statement 2
d. Statement 1 explains statement 2 f . Statement 2 explains statement 1 2. b. What is being explained: This is showing why certain people vote for certain
Philosophy Chapter 10.3 & 10.4 Exercise 10.3: 1. b.
i . Theory being defended: the biblical theory of creation and that all animals were created during Creation week, insinuating that d inosaur were around for the flood and survived i t. ii.
Chapter 11 homework
Apply the 6-step procedure to 3: b, d, & f.
b. (1) If loans are subsidies to future high-income people are justified, and then
factory workers, secretaries, etc would be taxed more to give these subsidie
Argument in Standard Form: (1) Deaths results from lack of food, shelter, and medical care are unjustified. (2) It is morally right for affluent countries to try and prevent unjust situations around the world [Implicit] (3
Circle your section time: W 1-2
Chapter 3 - Quiz on Validity Part I: True / False (5 points each) 1. _ If a formula is a tautology, its negation is a contradiction. 2. _ If an argument is valid, all the premises are true and th
Quiz 3: Conditional Super-Quiz! Determine whether each of the following argument forms is valid or invalid (20 points total). A B B A A B ~B ~A A B ~A ~B A v ~B ~A ~B (A B) ~C (A B) ~C Take two of the argument forms that you marked as "invalid" above
Write your name at the top of this quiz. Then fill out the following truth tables. Be careful, as the tables aren't in their usual order! Then write one English sentence using each connective, in which the propositions being connected have the truth
Argument: Quiz 1 For each of the following say whether the statement is true (T) or false (F). _1. In any valid argument, the premises are all true. _2. In any valid argument, the conclusion is true. _3. In any valid argument, if the premises are all