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PHL 101 Chap 1 SG2

True or False? Socrates preferred exile to death. False
True or False? Socrates thought that the primary occupation of a good citizen should be the pursuit of wealth and prestige. False
True or False? According to Socrates, we should always consider in doing anything whether we are doing right or wrong. True
True or False? An argument is not synonymous with persuasion. True
True or False? In philosophy—and in any other kind of rational inquiry—accepting a conclusion (statement) without good reasons is an elementary mistake in reasoning. True
True or False? Persuasion does not necessarily involve giving any reasons at all for accepting a claim. True
True or False? A deductive argument is an argument intended to give probable support to its conclusion. False
True or False? If inductive arguments succeed in lending probable support to their conclusions, they are said to be valid. False
True or False? An argument is not synonymous with persuasion. True
True or False? A good deductive argument is said to be sound. True
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