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Please find 2 examples of the types of arguments mentioned below and then analyze one of each of the pair of arguments using the guidelines and evaluative tools (valid, strong, cogent, etc.) found in the text. Thus, you will have six total examples and three evaluations Your evaluations need to be careful and informative. Please notice that I am not asking you to define the argument types. This assignment assumes you know them. What you need to do is apply the definition and then analyze your examples. You will likely use a search engine to find examples and that's fine to an extent. But you will receive less credit for examples that are too easily found, unoriginal, weak, or ones that seem lazy, etc. It would be best if you found examples from articles where you can reconstruct the argument--identify the conclusion, find the premises, and then evaluate how the premises relate to the conclusion.

Deductive Arguments
Inductive Arguments
Argument by Analogy (analogical)
Write a 200 word essay that tells me what was the most interesting part of Johann Sebastian Bach life for you.

2. Then tell me where you have heard his music in either a commercial, TV production or a movie. Please include a link.
Please find 2 examples of the types of arguments mentioned below and then analyze one of each of the pair of arguments using the guidelines and evaluative tools (valid, strong, cogent, etc.) found in the text. Thus, you will have six total examples and three evaluations Your evaluations need to be careful and informative. Please notice that I am not asking you to define the argument types. This assignment assumes you know them. What you need to do is apply the definition and then analyze your examples. You will likely use a search engine to find examples and that's fine to an extent. But you will receive less credit for examples that are too easily found, unoriginal, weak, or ones that seem lazy, etc. It would be best if you found examples from articles where you can reconstruct the argument--identify the conclusion, find the premises, and then evaluate how the premises relate to the conclusion.

Deductive Arguments
Inductive Arguments
Argument by Analogy (analogical)
1. state three features of mathematics problem
2. the tow opposing views about "what is mathematics" includes ideas relating to ……… and ……
3. A philosophy of mathematics that is based on the idea that it is a creation of mind is …….
4. A philosophy of mathematics that is based on the idea that it is independent of humankind is ……..
5. A philosophy of mathematics that is based on the idea that its knowledge is open to revision is ……….
ajei and miles in 'personhood, autonomy and informed consent', examine some inconsistencies inherent in the notion of 'informed consent' in medical practice.
discuss Hume's three principles of association of ideas
4. Explain five criticisms of the logical positivist’s principle of verification? Do you agree or disagree with any of the criticisms? Justify your answer.
true or false: Beauchamp and Childress believe that out-of-character decisions by patients are still compatible with their being autonomous choices.

true or false: Beauchamp and Childress believe that the meaning of “competence” changes from task to task.
Having read both Russel and Plato. What Do you see the point and purpose Of doing philosophy?
By using only basic rules of QL and SL, prove the following:
a. ∃x¬Px ∴ ¬∀xPx
b. ∅ ∴ ∀x¬Px → ¬∃xPx
c. ∃x (Px & ∀y (Py → y=x)) ∴ ∀x∀y ((Px & Py) → x=y)
d. ∃x (Fx & ∀y (Fy → x=y)) ∴ ∃xFx & ∀x∀y((Fx & Fy) → y=x)
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