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Psychological Egoism

Psychological Egoism

Psychological Egoism. Psychological Egoism. http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=F34CEF0EF4C5B01D&playnext=1&v=HCHu1E0ca4E. Psychological Egoism. A theory of human nature, widely held among positivist philosophers, psychologists and economists (and by many other people)

By chelsey
(226 views)

Reasoning

Reasoning

Reasoning. http://www.toothpastefordinner.com/012408/circular-reasoning.gif. Types of Reasoning. Deductive Reasoning deductive validity Inductive Reasoning inductive strength. Types of Reasoning. Deductive Reasoning Syllogistic reasoning Basic syllogism: Premise 1: All A are B.

By zack
(273 views)

Fallacies

Fallacies

Fallacies. 11 th grade American Literature . What is a fallacy?. Logical Fallacies are ERRORS IN REASONING . This differs from a factual error, which is simply being wrong about the facts.

By jada
(488 views)

Critical Thinking

Critical Thinking

Critical Thinking . Critical thinkers use reasons to back up their claims. What is a claim? A claim is a statement that is either true or false. It must ALWAYS have a truth value (although we do not always have to know if it is true or false). Here are some examples of claims:

By zia
(123 views)

More Macbeth Vocabulary

More Macbeth Vocabulary

More Macbeth Vocabulary. Adage. Noun a saying expressing a common experience or observation; proverb Parents love the adage : the early bird gets the worm. Valor. noun boldness or determination in facing great danger, especially in battle; heroic courage or bravery

By brandi
(183 views)

Logical Fallacies or Fallacies in Argumentation

Logical Fallacies or Fallacies in Argumentation

Logical Fallacies or Fallacies in Argumentation. Task: Prezi Presentation. Problem: How do logical fallacies undermine persuasive techniques used in the media? Project Guidelines: Create a Prezi presentation analyzing one logical fallacy. Provide six examples of this fallacy.

By pascal
(748 views)

Arguments and Fallacies

Arguments and Fallacies

Arguments and Fallacies. English 2 Honors. Definition of Argument. Consists of one or more premises Premise : a statement( either true or false) that is offered in support of the claim being made 2 types of arguments: 1) deductive and 2) inductive

By errin
(377 views)

Some common informal fallacies

Some common informal fallacies

Some common informal fallacies. 1. Presumption 2. Ambiguity 3. Grammatical Analogy. Fallacies of:. Presumption a) Begging the question b) Complex question c) False dichotomy d) Suppressed evidence. 2. Ambiguity a) Equivocation b) Amphiboly 3. Grammatical Analogy

By ayla
(169 views)

Unit Ten Virtual Lecture

Unit Ten Virtual Lecture

Unit Ten Virtual Lecture. Intimacy and Distance in Relationships. What is Intimacy? . Webster's definition: “close union, contact, association or acquaintance with another”. Dimensions of Intimacy. Emotional Physical Intellectual Shared Activities. Dimensions of Distance. Withdrawal

By tausiq
(102 views)

Critical Thinking

Critical Thinking

Critical Thinking. Philosophy as a set of skills. As the method of philosophy, solving philosophical problems involves. Identifying basic beliefs Clarifying basic beliefs Formulating the problem Identifying possible solutions Gathering information Recognizing assumptions and points of view

By chipo
(115 views)

Intimacy and distance in relational communication

Intimacy and distance in relational communication

Intimacy and distance in relational communication. Physical What are some examples of easily recognized forms of intimacy? How about some that are not what we first think of regarding intimacy? Intellectual? Emotional?. Dimensions of intimacy. Physical Baby in utero

By dayton
(273 views)

Reason & Argument

Reason & Argument

Reason & Argument. Lecture 5. Coursework Assignment. Will be released automatically on MOLE, first thing on Monday the 12th of November. Consists of two sections - you must do BOTH.

By selah
(228 views)

The Fallacies Application Practice

The Fallacies Application Practice

The Fallacies Application Practice. The unfair and shortsighted legislation that limits free trade is a threat to the American economy. Begging the Question.

By zed
(93 views)


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