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Logic and Reasoning
PHIL 102 [10]
3 Oct 2011
So far
Arguments = a few sentences put
together in order to support a
conclusion
Today: CHAPTER 6
Deductive Reasoning: Propositional Logic
So far
Sentences
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PHIL 202 Homework 02
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10/24/2011
Test format
Logic and reasoning [16]
Oct 24
Today: test preview
Test on Wednesday 26 Oct
In class
Check Compass tonight for Practice Test!
30% of total grade
Covers chapters 6,7, 8
Material
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Univ. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Dept. of Philosophy Spring Term 2011
LOGIC and REASONING, PHIL 102
19 January 2011 Lecturer: Dr Sorin Bangu [email protected] Lectures: Mo., Wed. 12-12.50, 101 Armo
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SOC 100 TERM PAPER ASSIGMENT
The Sociological Imagination
This 5-7 page paper (double-spaced, 1 margins, 12pt. Times New Roman) must be turned in to
your Teaching Assistant during your last discussion
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PHIL 102: Logic and Reasoning (Bowen)
Exercise #9
ANSWER KEY
I. Formalize and draw Venn diagrams for the following categorical statements.
a) All new tax levies are sources of controversy.
All T are C
10/19/2011
Logic and reasoning [15]
19 Oct
rest of Chapter 8
Inductive reasoning
Two kinds of arguments
- Deductive
- Inductive
- Deductive: conclusion follows 100%
- Inductive:
less than 100%
Enume
C hapter 6
D eductive Reasoning: Propositional
L ogic
A NSWERS TO EXERCISES
E xercise 6.1
1. Conjunction. Components: The Democrats raised taxes, The Republicans cut
programs. &
2. Disjunction. Compon
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C hapter 8
I nductive Reasoning
A NSWERS TO EXERCISES
E xercise 8.1
1. Target group: people in this country; sample: adults in New York and San Francisco;
relevant property: being pro-choice in the ab
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12/10/2011
Logic and Reasoning
PHIL 102 [13]
12 Oct 2011
Venn diagram
= graphical representation of the logical
relations
- Invented by John Venn
Rest of chapter 7
Deductive reasoning: Categorical lo
PRACTICE TEST 2
PHIL 102 Posted 19 FEB 2011
A. Multiple choice 1. The statements (reasons) given in support of another statement are called a. b. c. d. An argument The conclusion The premises The comp
Practice test - Each question is worth 5 marks. Total 95 marks + 5 bonus marks = 100 marks. A. Multiple choice questions (one correct answer) 1. The truth value of a compound statement depends on the
Phil 102
Assignment 6
Solutions
1. Convert the following propositions, and state whether the converse is logically equivalent
to the given proposition or not.
a. All radically egalitarian societies ar
PHIL 102 Logic and Reasoning - Test 30 March- 45 min. Each question is worth 5 marks. Total 95 marks + 5 bonus marks = 100 marks A. Multiple choice questions (one correct answer) 1. The four logical c
PHIL 102: Logic and Reasoning (Bowen)
Exercise #8
ANSWER KEY
I.
(a) Quantifier: all. Subject term: oil-based paints. Copula: are. Predicate term: products
that contribute significantly to photochemica
Chapter 4 Quiz Review
Types of Events
Question Suppose we roll a red die and a green die. Let
A be the event that the number of spots showing on the
red die is three or less and B be the event that th
Practice test - Each question is worth 5 marks. Total 95 marks + 5 bonus marks = 100 marks. A. Multiple choice questions (one correct answer) 1. The truth value of a compound statement depends on the
Chapter 7
Quiz Questions Review
Question 1
Question The appraised values of three r
ecently sold houses in the Columbus area
are (in thousands of dollars) 160, 215, and
195. The standard error of the
PHIL 102: Logic and Reasoning
Exercise #3
ANSWER KEY
I. Determine whether the following arguments are best interpreted as being inductive or
deductive. Also, state the criteria you use in reaching you
Use the following to answer question 1.
Suppose that a particular candidate for public office is in fact favored by p = 48% of all
registered voters. A polling organization is about to take a simple r
PHIL 102 HW 5
1.
a. No vampire movies are films without blood.
Quantifier: No Subject term: vampire movies
Copula: are Predicate term: films without blood
b. Some symphony orchestras are organizations
PHIL 102 Logic and Reasoning
Online Quiz 1 Answers
Question 1: How would you classify the following argument?
Socrates is a man. All men are mortal. Therefore, Socrates is a mortal.
Select one:
a. Ind
PHIL 102 NOTES 11/3
Definition of Fallacies of Weak Induction: fallacies in which the premises provide some weak
evidence for a conclusion, but not a sufficient amount to warrant a rational acceptance
PHIL 102 Notes: 10/22
-The conclusion of an argument is said to follow necessarily form the premises when its
impossible for the premises to be true and the conclusion to be false.
- another way to sa
PHIL 102 NOTES 11/3
Definition of Fallacies of Weak Induction: fallacies in which the premises provide some weak
evidence for a conclusion, but not a sufficient amount to warrant a rational acceptance