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PHI 120 Introductory Logic Handout Study Guide for Final Exam Final Exam Schedule Spring 2009 Sections 019024 100pm 300pm in class Friday May 8th Sections 001 09 100pm 300pm in class Monday May 4th Sections 010 018 800am 1000am in class Monday May 4th I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I L Structure of the Test A Conceptual Knowedge B Critical Skils you need Each question is worth 10 points Mill39s Methods Directions a What is the causal assertion inferred in each passage b Explain which method or methods are employed or should be employed to assess the strength of this assertion Each question is worth 10 points or weak given the premises Each question is worth 10 points points i Identify a fallacy of relevance b fallacy of weak induction c fallacy of presumption d fallacy of ambiguity or wholepart e none of the above ii Explanation Significant Concepts analogies elements amp assessment criteria causal arguments kinds compare amp contrast causal statements specific vs generalizations causation necessary amp sufficient empirical data in inductive arguments fallacies explanation of kinds compare amp contrast generalizations elements amp assessment criteria induction vs deduction inferential connection representativeness probability stre ngthwea kness Available Resources 1 2 3 4 5 Textbook HurleyJohnson Introductory Logic Chapters 3 amp 4 PowerPoint Presentations Class Notes Your recitation instructor andor the professor Your colleagues Mill39s methods definition of each Sa ndmeyer Short Answer Directions Respond to the following questions concisely and to the point Each question is worth 5 points Generalizations Directions Identify a the sample b the population and c the target characteristic Given the premises d explain whether the argument is inductively strong or weak f nojudgment can be made describe what information Analogies Directions Identify a the subject and b the analogue c Explain whether the argument is inductively strong Informal Fallacies Directions i Identify the fallacy or fallacies committed in each of the following arguments ii Explain clearly how this argument is fallacious Ifyou believe no fallacy is committed explain this choice Each question is worth 10 sampling methodologies kinds why choose one over other PHI 120 lntrod uctory Logic Sandmeyer Handout Study Guide for Exam 2 01 18 W 1115 1924 R 116 Structure of the Test 1 Short Answer Directions Respond to the following questions concisely and to the point Each question is worth 5 points quot Proofs Directions Give proofs for the following sequents or theorems using the primitive rules Each problem is worth 10 points Significant Concepts Annotation Argument Form Deduction Denial Discharging assumptions Double turnstile problems Elimination type ruleproblem Introduction type ruleproblem Line of proof Rules primitive and derived Sequent Strategies of gt and RAA Substitution instances Theorem Validity The bulk of the exam is devoted to proofs Available Resources PWN Uquot NF Textbook AllenHand Logic Primer PowerPoint Presentations Class Notes Handouts a The Rules b Proofs Handout Useful Web Pages a quotProofs without tearsquot b quotProofs with even fewer tearsquot Your recitation instructor andor the professor Your colleagues 1Page


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