Indicator Memorizing Techniques



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

Benjamin Franklin





QUIZ--June 27--put four deductive arguments into structure using either geometric shapes or letters and then create a logical anaology proving that the arguments are invalid.

Based on homework found in section 1.5 of text. This will be a timed test. You will have 40 minutes to do all four problems. Make sure you practice before the day of the quiz.


QUIZ--June 29--read passages and decide whether any commit any of the informal fallacies we studied in sections 3.2 or 3.4 of text. If a passage contains a fallacy, name it. If it does not, write "none."