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## Logic I Notes, Week 1

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# Logic I Notes, Week 1 PHL 1100

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As I was not a note taker yet, these notes are not extremely thorough. However, I do write down many of the important things Dr. Rardin talked about in class, and wrote on the board. More thorough ...
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Logic I
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Dr. Patrick Rardin
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logic, Rardin, appalachian, philosophy, Amanda, Horsley
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Date Created: 08/25/16
Logic I Week 1 08/16 + 08/18 General Vocabulary  Valid Argument ­ IF the premises were true, the conclusion MUST be true  Sound Argument ­ a valid argument with true premises  Logic ­ the study of forms of argument that can create sound arguments  Statement Letters ­ capital letters that only abbreviate simple statements (A, B ... Y, Z)  Statement Variables ­ lowercase letters that represent premises (a, b ... y, z) Key One­Liners to Remember Form determines the truth conditions Aristotle's form for a valid argument: All S is M All M is P So all S is P (Argument must be in this form to be valid) Statement (or Truth­Functional) Logic I. Simple Statement ­ basic unit of meaning, always either true or false, no truth­functional  connectives (see IIb.) a. ex.) Al is happy. II. Compound Statement ­ not simple (Dr. Rardin's definition), includes truth­functional  connectives a. ex.) Al is not happy. a. Truth­functional connectives ­ indicate what type of symbols to use Connective Words Type of Truth­Function Symbol not, it is not the Negation ~ (tilde) case that and, but, etc. Conjunction ∙ (dot) or, unless Disjunction ᵛ (wedge) b. Punctuation ­ breaks symbolized sentences up into understandable phrases i. ex.) "(", ")", "[", "]", "{", and "}" Sample Sentences and Symbolizations 1. Not both Al and Cathy are happy. ~(A ∙ C) 2. Al and Cathy are both not happy. ~A ∙ ~C 3. Neither Al nor Bill is happy. ~(A ᵛ B) HOMEWORK #1 DUE ON 8/23: HW 1 ON ASULEARN, AND TEXTBOOK PAGE 299,  SECTION C, NUMBERS 2, 3, AND 4 Logic I Week 1 08/16 + 08/18 General Vocabulary  Valid Argument - IF the premises were true, the conclusion MUST be true  Sound Argument - a valid argument with true premises  Logic - the study of forms of argument that can create sound arguments  Statement Letters - capital letters that only abbreviate simple statements (A, B ... Y, Z)  Statement Variables - lowercase letters that represent premises (a, b ... y, z) Key One-Liners to Remember Form determines the truth conditions Aristotle's form for a valid argument: All S is M All M is P So all S is P (Argument must be in this form to be valid) Statement (or Truth-Functional) Logic I. Simple Statement - basic unit of meaning, always either true or false, no truth-functional connectives (see IIb.) a. ex.) Al is happy. II. Compound Statement - not simple (Dr. Rardin's definition), includes truth-functional connectives a. ex.) Al is not happy. b. Truth-functional connectives - indicate what type of symbols to use Connective Words Type of Truth-Function Symbol not, it is not the Negation ~ (tilde) case that and, but, etc. Conjunction ∙ (dot) or, unless Disjunction ᵛ (wedge) c. Punctuation - breaks symbolized sentences up into understandable phrases i. ex.) "(", ")", "[", "]", "{", and "}" Sample Sentences and Symbolizations 1. Not both Al and Cathy are happy. ~(A · C) 2. Al and Cathy are both not happy. ~A · ~C 3. Neither Al nor Bill is happy. ~(A ᵛ B) HOMEWORK #1 DUE ON 8/23: HW 1 ON ASULEARN, AND TEXTBOOK PAGE 299, SECTION C, NUMBERS 2, 3, AND 4

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