Introduction To Philosophy

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Argument
A set of statements in which, one of them; the conclusion/implied by the premises.
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Premises
A given statement as fact.
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Forms
The idea of what a thing is.
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Conclusion
Summarising what you have written and then giving your overall opinion.
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Proof
Results constructed fro a valid argument which is from a set of true premises.
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Deduction
A process of reason in which a conclusion is shown to follow necessarily from the premises.
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Induction
An argument/process of reason that draws a general conclusion from specific instances.
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Valid
An argument with no mistakes in logic [basically, the statements are true].
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Sound
When both the logic is correct and the premises are true.
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A given statement as fact.

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Premises

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The idea of what a thing is.

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Card 4

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Summarising what you have written and then giving your overall opinion.

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Card 5

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Results constructed fro a valid argument which is from a set of true premises.

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