Argument And Fallacy Notes

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  • UniversityBond University
  • AreaCommunications
  • CourseCritical Thinking & Communication
  • Course CodeCORE11-001
  • ProfessorRussell McPhee
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  • Authormegansnotes
  • Created2017
  • Pages9
  • Approved15 November 2017

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About these notes

These notes encompass the first couple of weeks of this course and are extremely helpful for the mid semester exam. I used these notes to understand the fundamental elements of the course and to prepare myself for the exam (I received 100% on the mid semester exam). This is 9 pages of what you NEED to know for the exam and provides a brief introduction to fallacies.

The notes include:
– Propositions
– Arguments
– Conclusions
– Premises
– Truth Value
– Vagueness
– Sorieties Paradox
– Ambiguity
– Principle of Clarity
– Subjectivity v Objectivity
– Valid and Invalid
– Formal Logic
– Categorical Syllogisms
– Euler Diagrams
Strong and Weak arguments
– Deductive and Inductive Reasoning
– Disjunctive Syllogisms
– Introduction to fallacies

As well as examples for all concepts.

I am studying a Bachelor of Laws at Bond. However, I completed this subject while I was in my Diploma of Legal Studies and really enjoyed it. I have also topped Core 2: Leadership & Team Dynamics.

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