PHI 210 QUIZ 1

PHI 210 QUIZ 1

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Question 15 out of 5 pointsThe syllogism itself, not the premises, can be _____.Question 25 out of 5 pointsIn the following syllogism, the major term is _______________. All human beings are mortal.Ann is a human being.Ann is mortal.Question 35 out of 5 pointsAll dillybobbers are thingamajigs.No whatchamacallit is a dillybobber.Therefore, no whatchamacallits are thingamajigs.This syllogism is an example of _______________.Question 45 out of 5 pointsPremises in syllogisms can be ________________.Answer5 out of 5 pointsTo form a valid syllogism, which premise is missing in the following argument? [missing premise]Sam is a politician.Therefore, Sam is a dishonest person.Question 65 out of 5 pointsA syllogism in which one of the premises is missing is called a(n) _________________. Question 75 out of 5 pointsWhich one of the following hypothetical syllogisms is invalid? Question 85 out of 5 pointsWhich rule is being violated in the following syllogism?Only man (not the plants or animals) is that which has been called by God to avoid sin and reap the rewards of heaven. Martha is not a man.Therefore, Martha is not that which has been called by God to avoid sin and reap the rewards of heaven.Question 95 out of 5 pointsWhich one of the following statements is a universal proposition? Question 105 out of 5 pointsWhich of the following statements is a particular proposition?

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