PHIL 211 Test 1

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What is logic?

Good and bad reasoning

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What does logic provide?

Criteria (tests) for distinguishing good and bad arguments

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What is a counterexample?

Possible situation in which the premises are all true, but the conclusion is false

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What does an argument need in order to be an argument?

Several statements, distinct premises and conclusion

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What is a narrative, and how is it different from an argument?

It tells a story or idea, but an argument is taking a stance on something

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What are some conclusion indicators?

therefore, hence, so, thus

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What are some premise indicators?

because, since, for

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To formulate an arguments to explicitly set out what?

Premises and conclusion, either in words or diagrams

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Method of formulating arguments

Find the conclusion, find the explicit premises, attribute implicit premises if necessary

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What is the principle of charity?

Attributing common knowledge or common ground between those in dispute to give the best reconstruction or the argument

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What is a deductive argument?

One in which the conclusion strictly follows the premises (strict proof)

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What is an inductive argument?

Apply to facts and events that can be repeated, and extrapolate from the known to the unknown

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What is a sound argument?

Valid and has all true premises