Extra Credit
Instructions
EXTRA CREDIT BASED ON MODULE 4
Here is an opportunity for some extra credit, based on your reading of Kant and Hume. Of course, extra credit implies that y
the regular credit. You can earn up to four (4) unweighted points with th
CRITICAL APPLICATOIN EXERCISE 1 PLATO
Now that you have read the Apology and the Meno, understood the key themes, and
watch The Truman Show, its time to gather and collect all the parts together into a
whole and
Reading Questions for Descartes
These questions need not be answered in any formal way. They are just meant to help you or
guide you in your reading. They will each and all be addressed in the lectures.
Questions on Descartes' Meditations I & II
1. For De
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PHL 280 Critical Thinking
J.D. Singer
*Name: Sean Keyser
Exam Four
*Due in MY MAILBOX (Philosophy department, corner of
Clifton and Fullerton) by 2:00pm on Friday, June 10
*NOTE: You must attach your argument analysis paper,
along with the argument youv
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PHL 280 Critical Thinking
J.D. Singer
*Due in class Thursday, June 2
*Name: Sean Keyser
Exam Three
*This exam will be worth 20% of your grade, so its worth 20 points of your
cumulative average. Given the number of questions you have to answer and their
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PHL 280 Critical Thinking
J.D. Singer
*Due in class Thursday, June 2
*Name: Sean Keyser
Exam Three
*This exam will be worth 20% of your grade, so its worth 20 points of your
cumulative average. Given the number of questions you have to answer and their
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How to Answer Philosophy Questions
Liam Shields: [email protected]
A Good Introduction
State the answer you will give up-front. This is not a murder mystery novel!
Give an unequivocal answer. Do not just list objections or conclude maybe, maybe
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a)
VI(P Q) = 1
iff V1(P Q) = 0
iff V1(P Q) = 1
iff I(P) = 1 or I(Q) = 1
b)
V1(A A) = 1
iff V1(A A) = 0
iff I(A) = 0 and V1(A) = 1
iff I(A) = 1 and I(A) = 0
c)
V1(A B) A) = 1
iff V1(A B) A) = 0
iff V1(A B) = 0 and I(A) = 0
iff I(A) = 0 and V1(A B) = 1
if
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a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
g)
False, as the set can entail a conclusion that has a truth value dependent on the premises.
False, as the set of inconsistent premises can entail any conclusion
False, as the set of inconsistent premises can entail any conclusion
Fa
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a)
VI(P Q) = 1
iff V1(P Q) = 0
iff V1(P Q) = 1
iff I(P) = 1 or I(Q) = 1
b)
V1(A A) = 1
iff V1(A A) = 0
iff I(A) = 0 and V1(A) = 1
iff I(A) = 1 and I(A) = 0
c)
V1(A B) A) = 1
iff V1(A B) A) = 0
iff V1(A B) = 0 and I(A) = 0
iff I(A) = 0 and V1(A B) = 1
if
1
a)
VI(P Q) = 1
iff V1(P Q) = 0
iff V1(P Q) = 1
iff I(P) = 1 or I(Q) = 1
b)
V1(A A) = 1
iff V1(A A) = 0
iff I(A) = 0 and V1(A) = 1
iff I(A) = 1 and I(A) = 0
c)
V1(A B) A) = 1
iff V1(A B) A) = 0
iff V1(A B) = 0 and I(A) = 0
iff I(A) = 0 and V1(A B) = 1
if
1
a)
VI(P Q) = 1
iff V1(P Q) = 0
iff V1(P Q) = 1
iff I(P) = 1 or I(Q) = 1
b)
V1(A A) = 1
iff V1(A A) = 0
iff I(A) = 0 and V1(A) = 1
iff I(A) = 1 and I(A) = 0
c)
V1(A B) A) = 1
iff V1(A B) A) = 0
iff V1(A B) = 0 and I(A) = 0
iff I(A) = 0 and V1(A B) = 1
if
1
a)
VI(P Q) = 1
iff V1(P Q) = 0
iff V1(P Q) = 1
iff I(P) = 1 or I(Q) = 1
b)
V1(A A) = 1
iff V1(A A) = 0
iff I(A) = 0 and V1(A) = 1
iff I(A) = 1 and I(A) = 0
c)
V1(A B) A) = 1
iff V1(A B) A) = 0
iff V1(A B) = 0 and I(A) = 0
iff I(A) = 0 and V1(A B) = 1
if
1
a)
VI(P Q) = 1
iff V1(P Q) = 0
iff V1(P Q) = 1
iff I(P) = 1 or I(Q) = 1
b)
V1(A A) = 1
iff V1(A A) = 0
iff I(A) = 0 and V1(A) = 1
iff I(A) = 1 and I(A) = 0
c)
V1(A B) A) = 1
iff V1(A B) A) = 0
iff V1(A B) = 0 and I(A) = 0
iff I(A) = 0 and V1(A B) = 1
if
1
a)
VI(P Q) = 1
iff V1(P Q) = 0
iff V1(P Q) = 1
iff I(P) = 1 or I(Q) = 1
b)
V1(A A) = 1
iff V1(A A) = 0
iff I(A) = 0 and V1(A) = 1
iff I(A) = 1 and I(A) = 0
c)
V1(A B) A) = 1
iff V1(A B) A) = 0
iff V1(A B) = 0 and I(A) = 0
iff I(A) = 0 and V1(A B) = 1
if
1
a)
VI(P Q) = 1
iff V1(P Q) = 0
iff V1(P Q) = 1
iff I(P) = 1 or I(Q) = 1
b)
V1(A A) = 1
iff V1(A A) = 0
iff I(A) = 0 and V1(A) = 1
iff I(A) = 1 and I(A) = 0
c)
V1(A B) A) = 1
iff V1(A B) A) = 0
iff V1(A B) = 0 and I(A) = 0
iff I(A) = 0 and V1(A B) = 1
if
1
a)
VI(P Q) = 1
iff V1(P Q) = 0
iff V1(P Q) = 1
iff I(P) = 1 or I(Q) = 1
b)
V1(A A) = 1
iff V1(A A) = 0
iff I(A) = 0 and V1(A) = 1
iff I(A) = 1 and I(A) = 0
c)
V1(A B) A) = 1
iff V1(A B) A) = 0
iff V1(A B) = 0 and I(A) = 0
iff I(A) = 0 and V1(A B) = 1
if
1
a)
VI(P Q) = 1
iff V1(P Q) = 0
iff V1(P Q) = 1
iff I(P) = 1 or I(Q) = 1
b)
V1(A A) = 1
iff V1(A A) = 0
iff I(A) = 0 and V1(A) = 1
iff I(A) = 1 and I(A) = 0
c)
V1(A B) A) = 1
iff V1(A B) A) = 0
iff V1(A B) = 0 and I(A) = 0
iff I(A) = 0 and V1(A B) = 1
if