Senestraro
Summer ELAC 2014 Phil 6: HW 8
Due Mon 7/14 worth 15 points.
Part 1: Use truth-tables to determine whether the following symbolized statements are tautologous,
self-contradictory or contingent. Be sure to indicate the Main Operator column of eac
HW #5
Senestraros ELAC Summer 2014, Phil 6
Due at the start of class Tues 7/1 worth 18 points (26 exercises: 10 for completion plus Ill
grade 8 @ 1 point each, for the name; for the brief explanation.) Please dont alter the
numbering but you may add more
Directions for Senestraros Phil 6, Summer 2014: Exam #2 (110 points)
These are exactly how the directions will appear on Tuesdays exam. Ask me questions about them
Mon. I wont explain any par of the directions during the exam. The list of fallacies and we
Syllabus: Senestraros Summer 2014 ELAC Phil 6, Logic in Practice
Course: Section #0288 in F7-117 from 8-10:35 am, Mon-Thurs.
Final Exam: Thurs, July 17th 8-10:35. Holidays: Friday, July 4th.
Office: F7-318. Contact me by email to schedule an appointment o
Operator
~
&
Name
Logical Function
Tilde
Negation
Dot or
Conjunction
Ampersand
V
Wedge
Horseshoe
or Arrow
Disjunction
Material Implication
Triple bar
Material Equivalence
Used to translate
Not, it is not the case that, it is false that
And, also, moreove
HW #7
Senestraros Logic in Practice (Summer 2014, Phil 6)
Due at the start of class Thurs 7/10.
Youll need to read Hurley chapter 6, sections 6.1 & 6.2 (excerpt Part1). Hurley shows how to
translate various common English expressions. The logical operator
HW #6 Senestraros Phil 6, ELAC Summer 2014
Due at the start of class on Thurs 7/3 worth 18 points: 10 for completion plus 4 graded
from Part1 @ points each and 4 graded from Part 2 @ 1 point each, for the name of
the weakness, for the explanation; 2 grade
Directions for Senestraros Phil 6, Summer 2014: Exam #2 (110 points)
These are exactly how the directions will appear on Tuesdays exam. Ask me questions about them
Mon. I wont explain any par of the directions during the exam. The list of fallacies and we
Senestraros Phil 6: HW#1
HW #1 due. Due Wed 6/18 at the start of class. Worth 15 points (10 for completion plus 10
problems graded @ point each = 15 points total.) 10% deducted for each day late.
The exercises for Part 1 below are from Moore & Parker Crit
HW #2 Senestraros Phil 6, ELAC Summer 2014
DueatthestartofclassThurs6/19.Worth15pointstotal:10forcompletionplus10graded@points
each.10%penaltyforeachdaylate.
Part 1: Unstated but implied premises or conclusion.
For the following: Each of these passages sh
HW #3 Senestraros Phil 6, ELAC Summer 2014
Due at the start of class on Monday 6/23 worth 15 points, 10 for completion and 10 graded
@ points each. 10% late penalty for each day late. Remember: No HW1-3 accepted after
Exam#1. Add more space if needed.
Par
Senestraro
The Counter-Example Method & Some Useful Forms of Argument
I. The Counter-Example MethodThe reading from Copi & Cohen is also good on this. Its posted
in Readings. Hurley covers this too in 1.5 of Chapter 1. Both approach it differently than Im
Darin Senestraro
Intro Logic
Explanations
In this section of the course, well examine what explanations are, and the various
weaknesses that explanations can suffer from. The aim will be to get a better understanding
of what we are doing when we give and
HW #4: Fallacies
Senestraros Summer 2014, SG Phil 6
Due at the start of class Monday 6/30 worth 18 points (27 exercises: 10 for completion
and Ill grade 8 @ 1 point each, point for the name & point for the brief explanation.)
As always: if needed, add mor
Appeal to Force
Usually it doesnt have the premise, And emotion which is fear
When an arguer poses a conclusion to another person and tells that person either
implicitly(not clear) or explicitly(clear) that some harm will come to him or her if her or she