PHIL 447 QUIZZES DEVRY

  • PHIL 447 Final Exam Essays Winter 2016

    PHIL 447 Final Exam Essays Winter 2016

    PHIL 447 Final Exam Essays Winter 2016 (TCOs 3, 6, 7, 9) Here is a passage that contains a rhetorical fallacy. Name the fallacy, and in a paragraph, explain why the argument is irrelevant to the point at issue. Here is your example for this...

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  • PHIL 447 Week 1 Quiz

    PHIL 447 Week 1 Quiz

    PHIL 447 Week 1 Quiz (TCOs 2 and 3) In Chapter 1, we learned how to recognize the main issue in a passage. Consider the following example: “Police brutality does not happen very often. Otherwise, it would not make headlines when it does...

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  • PHIL 447 Week 2 Quiz

    PHIL 447 Week 2 Quiz

    PHIL 447 Week 2 Quiz (TCOs 1 & 2) In Chapter 2, we learned how to recognize the main parts of an argument. An argument always has two parts: (TCOs 1 & 2) In Chapter 2, we learned how to recognize...

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  • PHIL 447 Week 3 Quiz

    PHIL 447 Week 3 Quiz

    PHIL 447 Week 3 Quiz (TCO 6) In Chapter 4, we learned how to assess the credibility of a claim. Consider the following passage:  “On Thanksgiving Day 1990, an image said by some to resemble the Virgin Mary was observed in a stained glass...

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  • PHIL 447 Week 4 Quiz

    PHIL 447 Week 4 Quiz

    PHIL 447 Week 4 Quiz (TCOs 2, 7, and 9) In Chapter 6, we learned to recognize how fallacies of relevance are used to distract the audience from the real issue. Consider the following example. "What’s wrong with soccer? It’s just not...

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  • PHIL 447 Week 5 Quiz

    PHIL 447 Week 5 Quiz

    PHIL 447 Week 5 Quiz (TCOs 1 and 2) In Chapter 9, we learned the basics of categorical deductive logic. It is important to remember that categorical arguments have a specific structure and purpose. Consider the following question: Categorical...

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  • PHIL 447 Week 6 Quiz

    PHIL 447 Week 6 Quiz

    PHIL 447 Week 6 Quiz (TCOs 1 and 5) In Chapter 11, we learned about four forms of inductive reasoning. Consider the following example. “Most of the CEOs you see on television are Republicans, so it is pretty certain that CEOs are going to be...

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