Intro to Philosophy Test #1 Logic and Truth Arguments
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A set of propositions or statements that purports to prove something
Defintion of argument
A kind of reasoning by which we draw inferences (conclusions) that are guaranteed by a set fo premises.
A type of reasoning by which we infer conclusions that are likely, but not guaranteed, based on the premises
Applies to an argument when its conclusion follows logically from its premises
A property of arguments that are both valid and have all true premises
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