Chapter 5 TAKE HOME QUIZ
Complete the following multiple choice problems on this worksheet. Problems 1-6 are
worth 1 point and problems 7-12 are worth 2 points.
Then, log into Blackboard (Bb)
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CRITICAL REASONING RESPONSE #3
( Group Project #3 )
NATURAL DEDUCTION IN PROPOSITIONAL LOGIC
Introduction: Sometimes the conclusion and/or one of the premises are unstated in a deductive
argument, leaving the student to c
CSUDH Spring 13
Critical Reasoning Paper
This instruction guide will assist the student in preparing a critical reasoning paper. The
student will format and express an argument based upon the reading of Reginald
Roses Twelve Angry Men.
Ch.1 The Final installment pp.17-26
Belief Bias- the tendency to evaluate reasoning by how believable its
conclusion seem (one example of cognitive bias)
If we want to be objective we need to think even more criticall
Language & Argument
What are argument?
An argument is the giving of reasons for or against a claim
It is not arguing in the sense of having an emotionally heated
Arguing is a linguistic activity
What are arguments?
2 Types of Claim
PHI 101 Values and Philosophy
What is Philosophy?
Introduction to Greek Philosophy
Greek Philosophy Asks
How ought I to live? and What should my
life be like?
These are not taken to be questions asked
exclusively by philosophers