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Symbolic Logic I. H. . Hamner. Hill. CSTL-CLA.SEMO.EDU/HHILL/PL120. Logic is the science of . arguments. Separate good arguments from bad ones. Identify the characteristics of good arguments (validity and soundness).

others. .. C. onclusion. : what the argument tries to prove or . establish. .. P. remises. : propositions used as . evidence. for the . conclusion. .. generally, . well. -. accepted . starting points.

Simon Scott. Room S2.49. Email: S.Scott.3@warwick.ac.uk. Critical reasoning lectures. Reading: . Kemp and Bowell, . Critical Thinking: A Concise . Guide. , . 2. nd. or 3. rd. edition.. In course-handbook-speak.

In mathematics and logic an . argument. is a sequence of statements ending in a conclusion. . W. e now show how to determine whether an argument is valid—that is, whether the conclusion follows . necessarily.

Deconstructing Information. Argument Structure. Review of homework reading: . Proposition. Premises. Conclusion. Inference. Conclusion Indicators and Conjunctives (indicate argument structure and composition.

If they are:. Number the premises, and. I. dentify the conclusion.. If needed, supply the missing part.. Research . has shown that people who do at least 30 minutes a day of vigorous exercise reduce their risk of heart disease and some forms of cancer. It would be wise for you to begin a daily program of .

Lecture 3: Introduction to . Critical Reasoning. Outline of the lecture. Recap: last lecture. Identifying premises and conclusions. Implicit/explicit premises and conclusions. Fallacies to look out for.

Diagramming Arguments. Two Types of Argument Structure. Arguments can either be complex or atomic. . An atomic argument has a single conclusion with a single set of premises supporting that conclusion..

1. Critical Thinking. Chapter 11. Inductive Reasoning. 2. Introduction. Inductive Argument. : an argument in which the premises are intended to provide support, but not conclusive evidence, for the conclusion. .

Identifying arguments. The Object of Analysis. In . logic . and critical reasoning . one studies . argumentation.. From the perspective of critical reasoning an . argument. is specific kind of object of analysis..

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A valid argu ment is an argument such that the conclusion is true whenever the premises are all true Note An argument has the following form brPage 2br Example Argument If it is Saturday then it will rain It is Saturday Therefore it will rain Is th

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