Glossary of Philosophy Midterm Lessons
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- If the premise provides totally conclusive support for the conclusion..
- then the conlcusion cannot be false
- It is possible for the premisses of an argument to be true, and the conclusion
- An argument where premise provides totally conclusive support for the conclusion is said to be
- true and valid
- even if the argument is good, and the premises are true, but the conclusion could still possibly be false...then
- the argument is invalid
- if the premises are true..the conlcusion has to be
- An argument can be false and still be
- What is a sound argument?
- An argument that has true premises and is valid
- an argument with a false conclusion must be either...
- invalid or have at least one false premise
- "Water is wet" is _________True.
- statements that are not analytic are said to be
- Platanic Forms are ________
- ideas, which have a perfect parellel in another world (i.e. traingles)
- According to plato, knowledge comes by way of
- Aristotle believed that movement and time both
- never began, and never will end, for it is continuous
- 4 kinds of Causes
- Aristotle believed that there are 4 things that cause something to cause into being
- Cause 1
- Material: substance, what something is made out of
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