Inductive and deductive notes

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1) Deductive= provides logically conclusive spport for the conclusion Valid-if the premises are true then the conclusion cannot be false Invalid- it fail to provide support Sound-the argument is valid and the premises are all true

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Inductive and deductive notesPhilosophy notes 9-17-13Two forms of argument1) Deductive= provides logically conclusive spport for the conclusion Valid-if the premises are true then the conclusion cannot be false Invalid- it fail to provide supportSound-the argument is valid and the premises are all trueUnsound- an argument with true premises that lead to a false conclusion 2) Inductive-provides probable support for the conclusionStrong-premises are true conclusion is probably truecogent-premises are true argument is strongWeak-in adequateuncogent -premises are not trueFour steps f

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