Indicator Memorizing Techniques

"A claim made without either proof or substantial argument is merely the mindless blathering of the ignoramus."

Benjamin Franklin



QUIZ--March 4--a little of this and that covering sections 1.1 through and including section 1.4. This is not a midterm but rather a review of all we've covered to date. There will be multiple choice, T/F questions, premise indicators,

vocabulary to define, passages to read to determine if they are arguments or explanations, inductive/deductive problems similar to those found in exercise 1.3 and questions based in section 1.4.

QUIZ--March 13--put four deductive arguments into form/structure and then create a logical analogy using your own words showing true premises going to a false conclusion. Based on sections I and II of excercise 1.5 THIS WILL BE A TIMED TEST AND YOU WILL BE GIVEN 40 MINUTES TO DO ALL FOUR PROBLEMS.




9:30AM class--May 20, 10:00-12:00PM

12:30PM class--May 22, 12:00-2:00PM

4:30PM class--May 20, 4:00-6:00PM