Intro to Philosophy Final Arguments

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  1. is a set of propositons or statements that purports to prove something.
    Definition of Argument
  2. If proppostion is true then it's true
    Law of Identity 
  3. Is simply states that no proposition can be both true and false at the same time and in the same issue
    Law of Noncontradiction
  4. Applies to an argument when its conclusion follows logically from its premises. 
    Validity 
  5. Is a property of arguments that are both valid and have all true premises
    Soundness
  6. is a kind of reasoning by witch we drew inferences that are guaranteed by a set of premises.
    Deduction
  7. is a type of reasoning by which we infer conclusions that are likely, but not guaranteed, based on the premises
    Induction

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