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Subcommittee 3D DATA SETS FOR LIBRARIES

Subcommittee 3D DATA SETS FOR LIBRARIES

Subcommittee 3D DATA SETS FOR LIBRARIES. Experience report for implementing IEC 61360 – Conventions and guidelines Cape Town, 2005-10-19 3(Cape Town/Dijkstra)4. Addie Dijkstra Secretary, IEC SC3D. Basic contents. IEC 61360 data dictionary at PSC Need for conventions and guidelines

By RoyLauris
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Circular Reasoning

Circular Reasoning

Circular Reasoning. By: Logan Witty and Kacie Martin. Definition. a use of reason in which the premises depends on or is equivalent to the conclusion, a method of false logic by which "this is used to prove that, and that is used to prove this“

By emily
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Learning Objectives

Learning Objectives

Learning Objectives. Business Ethics Ethical Theories Corporate Social Responsibility Guidelines for Ethical Decision Making Critical Thinking. 4 - 1. Business Ethics. Ethics is the study of how people should act

By halia
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Building Logical Arguments

Building Logical Arguments

Building Logical Arguments. Critical Thinking Skills. Understand and use principles of scientific investigation Apply rules of formal and informal logic Inductive reasoning Deductive reasoning Analyze arguments for soundness of conclusions. Anatomy of an Argument.

By chaman
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What is Knowledge?

What is Knowledge?

What is Knowledge?. “justified, true belief”. you must believe the knowledge statement your belief in the knowledge statement has to be true your true belief has to be justified. “justified, true belief”. Requires:

By iain
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A summary of common fallacies

A summary of common fallacies

A summary of common fallacies. Ad ignorantiam. Claiming that something is true because it cannot be proved to be false. “Theory of Knowledge for the IB Diploma”, Richard van de Lagemaat, Cambridge University Press. Hasty generalisation. Generalising from insufficient evidence.

By dorit
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Proposal Writing: “Recipe” A 3 Day workshop in one hour.

Proposal Writing: “Recipe” A 3 Day workshop in one hour.

Proposal Writing: “Recipe” A 3 Day workshop in one hour. Bill O’Neill Grants Compliance, Office of Sponsored Programs March 19, 2015. OSP Website. Home Page: http:// dixie.edu/academics/sponsored_programs/proposal_preparation.php Proposal Preparation

By shino
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Ten Common Logical Fallacies

Ten Common Logical Fallacies

Ten Common Logical Fallacies. English Composition 101. #1: Hasty Generalization. Even though I KNOW that none of you are judgmental, a quick or snap generalization about a person, place, or thing can seriously interfere with your writing. Based on insufficient evidence – be wary, be very wary!.

By emily
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Argumentation Fallacies

Argumentation Fallacies

Argumentation Fallacies. 1. Fallacies in Reasoning a. Hasty Generalization b. Transfer Composition Division Refutation. 1. Fallacies in Reasoning (cont’d. c. Non sequiturs (irrelevant argument) d. Circular reasoning e. Avoiding the issue simple evasion ad hominem attack

By arty
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YOU CANNOT ESCAPE….

YOU CANNOT ESCAPE….

YOU CANNOT ESCAPE…. Jean-Louis Comolli’s work came out in the wake of an anti-capitalist movement in the 60’s . A revolutionary Socialist movement where people wanted access to the means of productions.

By moira
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Holes in the Fabric of an Argument

Holes in the Fabric of an Argument

Holes in the Fabric of an Argument. Actually, Two Categories. ___________________: conclusions based upon faulty reasoning; weaknesses in an argument False emotional appeals : appealing unfairly to readers ’ _______________, prejudices, stereotypes, and other _______________

By thuy
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C Block

C Block

C Block. Please move the desks into a u-shape. DO NOW: “Calvin & Hobbes” 4 minutes. What do you think this cartoon means? Why show it in this class? Please write in full sentences. I. What is philosophy?. Philosophy is An activity (demonstration) Rational inquiry

By syshe
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Common Logical Fallacies

Common Logical Fallacies

Beware of weak arguments!. Common Logical Fallacies . Argument. An “argument” is not a fight . . Argument. Argument = making a point about a subject and supporting it with evidence . . Argument. An argument can be supported with 3 types of evidence … Logic Ethics Emotions.

By tejano
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Common Logical Fallacies

Common Logical Fallacies

Beware of weak arguments!. Common Logical Fallacies . Argument. An “argument” is not a fight . . Argument. Argument = making a point about a subject and supporting it with evidence . . Argument. An argument can be supported with 3 types of evidence … Logic Ethics Emotions.

By mulan
(573 views)

Market Mavens: Model Building for Measuring Consumer Expert Knowledge

Market Mavens: Model Building for Measuring Consumer Expert Knowledge

Market Mavens: Model Building for Measuring Consumer Expert Knowledge. Wolfgang Grassl, St. Norbert College James E. Harris, St. Norbert College. Why this topic?. importance of conceptual progress in the theory of consumer behavior empirical studies largely confirmatory

By nelson
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Spotting faulty logic

Spotting faulty logic

Judging deceptive or faulty arguments in persuasive texts. Spotting faulty logic. Do you believe everything you see?. Advertisements are designed to get you to buy things. Do you buy what you see on every ad?

By dionne
(214 views)

Reason

Reason

Reason. Theory of Knowledge. Think…. Sherlock Holmes Spock. What does logic seem able to do?. Allow us to go beyond the evidence of our senses Provide certainty. Deductive Reasoning. Moves from the general to the particular

By shanon
(150 views)

Introduction to Persuasion

Introduction to Persuasion

Introduction to Persuasion. Elements and Techniques. Are you persuaded?. What techniques are used to persuade an audience? Who is trying to persuade you? What are they trying to persuade you to do? What is the role persuasion plays in politics? In media?

By gitel
(134 views)

ARGUMENTATION

ARGUMENTATION

ARGUMENTATION. Supporting a claim. What is an argument?. It focuses on a narrowed issue Argument states a specific claim Argument depends on careful audience analysis Arguments presents reasons supported by convincing evidence Argument avoids errors in reasoning

By adrina
(179 views)

Limited atonement

Limited atonement

Calvinism – 3. Limited atonement. http://www.gospeloutreach.net/tulip.html.

By tod
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