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CC Intro Logic 6-10

Introductory Logic by James Nance & Douglas Wilson, 4th ed.

Statement A sentence which is either true or false.
What are the three Self Supporting Statements 1. Self Report 2. Statements which are true or false by logical structure. 3. Statements that are true or false by definition.
What are the three kinds of Supported Statements? 1. Authority 2. Experience 3. Deduction
Consistent Two statements that can both be true at the same time.
Implication The truth of one statement requires the truth of the other.
Equivalent Two statements that imply one another.
Independent The truth of one statement has no effect upon the other.
Name three disagreements 1. Real disagreements (actual inconsistency) 2. Apparent disagreements (difference in opinion) 3. Verbal disagreements (different definitions)
Created by: kirasayler