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Arguments

ECU PHIL 1500 Intro to logic

QuestionAnswer
Argument a set of sentences containing evidence offered in support of a conclusion
inductive argument can never guarantee the conclusions truth
deductive arguments can guarantee the that the conclusion is true
What does the validity of a deductive argument depend on? form
counterexample an instance of an argument form in which all the premises are true and the conclusion is false
Either clintion or Dole was president in 1999. Dole was not president in 1999. Therefore, Clinton was president in 1999. Valid
Not both Clinton and Dole were president in 1999. Clintion was not president in 1999. Therefore, Gore was not president in 1999. Invalid
Created by: cml0727d1