1. Some arguments are valid not because of their logical forms, but because of the meanings of the words involved in the premise and conclusion.

a. True

b . False

QUESTION 2

  1. Having all true premises and a true conclusion is required to make an argument valid.
  2.  True
  3.     False

QUESTION 3

  1. The obverse of an O form proposition is logically equivalent to that proposition.
  2.  True
  3.     False

QUESTION 4

  1.  The major term of a categorical syllogism is identical to the subject term of the syllogism’s conclusion.
  2.  True
  3.     False

QUESTION 5

  1. An A form categorical proposition to its converse is a valid immediate inference.
  2.  True
  3.     False
 
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