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Basic Ethics: A Fun Quiz Game and Reviewer

Basic Ethics: A Fun Quiz Game and Reviewer

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General Information: Philosophers-Ethics: An e-Learning Fun Quiz Game and Reviewer

Philosophers-Ethics: An e-Learning Fun Quiz Game and Reviewer

ETHICS PRELIM EXAM: A Fun Quiz Game

ETHICS PRELIM EXAM: A Fun Quiz Game

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Coverage: From Ethics: A Primer to Moral Realism

 

Ethics General Subject Areas: A Fun Quiz Game

Ethics General Subject Areas: A Fun Quiz Game

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Ethics A Primer: A Fun Quiz Game

Ethics A Primer: A Fun Quiz Game

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The Rules in Categorical Syllogism

The Rules in Categorical Syllogism

A SYLLOGISM is typically a three-proposition deductive argument—that is, a mediate inference that consists of two premises and a conclusion. In a categorical syllogism, all the propositions used are categorical statements, hence the label ‘categorical.’

The three categorical propositions contain a total of three different terms, each of which appears twice in distinct propositions. The following is an example of a categorical syllogism:

The Categorical Syllogism

The Categorical Syllogism

Copyright 2013 by Jensen DG. Mañebog
 
OBJECTIVES
At the end of this module, you are expected to:
1. Define categorical syllogism
2. Identify the components, standard form, and the figure and mood of categorical syllogism
3. Determine the validity of categorical syllogisms
4. Discuss the residual syllogistic rules
5. Explain the Boolean standpoint
6.  Be able to demonstrate the validity of categorical syllogisms by logical analogy

TOPICS
1. Definition of categorical syllogism
2. The components of categorical syllogism
3. The standard form and the figure and mood of categorical syllogism
4. The rules and fallacies involved in categorical syllogism
5. The residual syllogistic rules
6. The Boolean standpoint
7.   The fifteen (15) unconditionally valid syllogisms
8.   The nine (9) conditionally valid syllogisms

A SYLLOGISM is typically a three-proposition deductive argument—that is, a mediate inference that consists of two premises and a conclusion. In a categorical syllogism,all the propositions used are categorical statements, hence the label ‘categorical.’

Philosophy I Jensenismo Prelim Exam

This Philosophy I Jensenismo Prelim Exam is a fun e-learning evaluation using a compelling mechanism considered by many as exciting, interesting, and engaging.

This online automated quiz game contains questions based from the Philosophy bookLOGIC: A Foundation of Critical Thinking(2013) by Filipino Philosophy Professor Jensen DG. Mañebog, et. al. (Intro to Chapter II to Induction).

Philosophy I Jensenismo Midterm Exam

This Philosophy I Jensenismo Midterm Exam is a fun e-learning evaluation using a compelling mechanism considered by many as exciting, interesting, and engaging.

This online automated quiz game contains questions based from the Philosophy book LOGIC: A Foundation of Critical Thinking (2013) by Filipino Philosophy Professor Jensen DG. Mañebog, et. al. (Chapter III to Induction).

Toulmin and Informal Fallacy: A Fun Quiz Game

Toulmin and Informal Fallacy: A Fun Quiz Game
 
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