Intro to Philosophy Test #1 Logic and Truth Arguments

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

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