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Logic and Critical Thinking (GT

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Logic and Critical Thinking (GT PHIL 110

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Date Created: 09/22/15
Critical and Logical Thinking 11 am TampTh Chapter One Assignment Source The CoIIe ian Volume 117 No20 A For the Nonargument 1 Eric Sammut s sweet and owing Cameleon a neoromantic piece based on operatic harmony will also be played with fourmallets on the marimba 2 It is an example of a nonargument because it is simply an illustration 3 As I said in the answer to number two it is an illustration 4 Well initially the chances are that your rst thought will be something along the lines of descriptive Since the word descriptive implies illustration when discussing text it follows that the article is an illustration due to it s descriptive nature 5 The given example is very illustrating and gives you an excellent image of what the song should produce in your mind B For the Deductive argument 1 New Belgium Brewery s 93911 Annual tour de Fat and CSU s home opener against Sacramento State were both slated for Saturday This unfortunate scheduling con ict forced some Rams to make a choice between their love of the CSU football team and their love of beer bikes and silly costumes 2 This particular paragraph is an example of a deductive argument because it is an example of categorical syllogism 3 The premise of this argument was New Belgium Tour de Fat and CSU s home opener were both slated for Saturday 4 The conclusion of this argument was Some Rams had to make a choice 5 Evaluate the argument a The argument is invalid because it is possible for the conclusion to be false even given the premise is true b The argument is sound because it contains only true premises C For the Inductive argument 1 But the efforts will not help offset the nancial burden on students and parents and some scholars say Penley s efforts might not be all that helpful to the university Jim Heam a professor with the Institute of Higher Education at the University of Georgia said studies show technology transfer initiatives like Super clusters can create net losses and can t replace state support 2 This paragraph is an Inductive argument because it is an argument from authority 3 One premise of the argument is But the efforts will not help offset the nancial burden on students and parents and some scholars say Penley s efforts might not be all that helpful to the university As well as Jim Heam a professor with the Institute of Higher Education at the University of Georgia 4 The conclusion of the argument is Studies show technology transfer initiative like Super clusters can create net losses and can t replace state support 5 Evaluate the argument a The argument is Strong because assuming that Mr Hea1n does in fact speak the truth it is improbable that the conclusion be false b The argument is uncogent because it has one false premise


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