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TCO/SLO: 1 Given a personal or professional situation in which you must decide what to believe, analyze critical reasoning concepts necessary to examine arguments. Key Concepts • Explain the different roles of belief, argument, reasoning and disagreement • Connect personal beliefs to generalized argumentative structure TCO/SLO: 2 Given examples of deductive arguments, apply critical reasoning techniques and procedures for analyzing the structure of the argument. Key Concepts • Demonstrate the nature of deductive argument • Differentiate between premises and conclusions • Identify faulty reasoning TCO/SLO: 3 Given examples of deductive arguments, evaluate them for soundness of the premises and validity of the premises. Key Concepts • Differentiate between explicit and implicit premises • Differentiate between validity and soundness • Identify invalid arguments TCO/SLO: 4 Given an example argument, analyze it for common persuasive fallacies, including distractions, resemblance, and emotional appeal. Key Concepts • -Differentiate between a Resemblance Fallacy and a correct argument • -Identify various Fallacies of Emotion TCO/SLO: 5 Given an argument or theory that contains unclear words and expressions, critique it for potential shifts in meaning. Key Concepts • Identify vagueness and ambiguity in premises Build a conceptual theory • Critique other conceptual theories utilizing knowledge of counterexamples, elucidations and incompatible conditions TCO/SLO: 6 Given a non-deductive argument, apply appropriate procedures and techniques for critiquing the argument. Key Concepts • Identify causal, analogical and convergent arguments • Construct and critique analogical arguments TCO/SLO: 7 Given an argument or passage with a theoretical statement, apply effective techniques for evaluating the theory. Key Concepts • Identify and build theoretical statements from given observations and events • Conduct first-stage critique of theoretical statements • Conduct second-stage critique of theoretical statements 9. Areas that were discussed in the Discussion areas will be prime targets. 10. Assignments will also be prime targets for revisiting. • 11. Reviewing the TCOs, which are listed below for your convenience, will also be a great preparation for the Final Exam. • Remove either the TCO number or the letter for grad versus undergrad respectively. 1 Given a personal or professional situation in which you must decide what to believe, analyze critical reasoning concepts necessary to examine arguments. 2 Given examples of deductive arguments, apply critical reasoning techniques and procedures for analyzing the structure of the argument. 3 Given examples of deductive arguments, evaluate them for soundness of the premises and validity of the premises. 4 Given an example argument, analyze it for common persuasive fallacies, including distractions, resemblance, and emotional appeal. 5 Given an argument or theory that contains unclear words and expressions, critique it for potential shifts in meaning. 6 Given a non-deductive argument, apply appropriate procedures and techniques for critiquing the argument. • 7 Given an argument or passage with a theoretical statement, apply effective techniques for evaluating the theory. 8/H Add TCOs in this font, size (2) and color (navy) 9/I Add TCOs in this font, size (2) and color (navy) 13/M Add TCOs in this font, size (2) and color (navy) Please I need help with that homework in Critical reasoning (Philosophy) ...
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Philosophy: Logic
1.

Roles of belief, argument, reasoning, and disagreement.

An important process in critical thinking is the formulation and analysis of argument to
come up with conclusive results on the subject to be criticized (Machuca, 2013). The arguments
are influenced, unfortunately by the individual beliefs and reasoning in one way or the other.
Cases introduce the concept or the subject to be discussed and sought conclusion for. They form
the base of the discussion. We can define an argument as a series of statements meant to bring
about a proposal on a given topic. This implies that arguments are based on assumptions or
assertions that are about to either be proven or disapproved (Machuca, 2013). The outcome of
arguments is affected by the beliefs, reasoning, and disagreements of the various parties involved
in the discussion/ arguments.
Beliefs
Reasoning
Disagreements
2.

Deductive arguments

3.

Deductive arguments

CRITICAL REASONING

2

Validity and soundness in arguments
4.

Standard persuasive fallacies

Fallacies of Emotion.
5.

vagueness and ambiguity

6.

non-deductive argument

7.

Arguments with a theoretical statement

References


Philosophy: Logic





CRITICAL REASONING
1.

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Roles of belief, argument, reasoning, and disagreement.

An important proce...

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