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Philosophy & Reason: Arguements

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1. What is an Inductive Arguement?
Premises are meant to provide strong support for the conclusion.
Arguements have premises which guarantee the conclusion.
Premises might guarantee the conclusion.
There is at least 3 premises.
2. What is a Deductive Arguement?
Premises are meant to provide strong support for the conclusion.
Arguements have premises which guarantee the conclusion.
Premises might guarantee the conclusion.
There is at least 3 premises.
3. What is a Hasty Generallisation?
If it systematically favours some outcomes over others.
A Generilisation with a trick question.
It has a solid line.
Hasty Generilisations are drawing a conclusion based on a small sample size, which is not in line with the average situation.
4. What is Biased Sampling?
If it systematically favours some outcomes over others.
A Generilisation with a trick question.
It has a dotted line.
Biased Samplings are drawing a conclusion based on a small sample size.
5. What is a Complex Question?
A Generilisation with a trick question.
If it systematically favours some outcomes over others.
It has a solid line.
Complex Question are drawing a conclusion based on a small sample size.
6. What is ad Hominem?
Assuming that the effect is related to a cause.
Assuming a proposition is true because many or most people believe it.
Attack on the person, not the arguement
Giving two options when in actuality there could be more possibilities
7. What is Fallacy of Division?
Attacking the individual instead of the argument.
Assuming a proposition is true because many or most people believe it.
Assuming that what is true of the whole is true for the parts
Giving two options when in actuality there could be more possibilities.
8. What is Ad Populum?
Assuming that what is true of the whole is true for the parts
Assuming a proposition is true because many or most people believe it.
Giving two options when in actuality there could be more possibilities.
Assuming that what is true of the whole is true for the parts
9. What is False Dilemma?
Assuming that the effect is related to a cause.
Assuming a proposition is true because many or most people believe it.
Assuming that what is true of the whole is true for the parts.
Giving two options when in actuality there could be more possibilities
10. What is Cause & Effect?
Assuming a proposition is true because many or most people believe it.
Assuming that the effect is related to a cause
Assuming that what is true of the whole is true for the parts.
Attacking the individual instead of the argument.
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