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Philosophy

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Logic the study that evaluates arguments
Argument a set of statements where some of the statements are intended to support another; that give us reason to believe the statement that is the conclusion.
Conclusion refers to the claim to be supported
Premises statements offered in support of the conclusion
Statement a declarative sentence that is either true of false. These are to be distinguished from commands, questions and proposals
Deductive arguments arguments in which the premises intend to guarantee the conclusion.
Inductive arguments arguments in which the premises are intended to make a conclusion probable
Validity the premises are assumed true, the conclusion cannot possibly be false
Soundness an argument that is valid and has true premises
Invalid Argument is one in which it is not necessary that, if the premises are true, then the conclusion is true
Created by: cschr012 on 2009-02-01



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