## Study guide for Irving M. Copi's Introduction to logic, sixth edition |

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### Contents

Acknowledgments | |

The Uses of Language | 26 |

Informal Fallacies | 32 |

Copyright | |

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### Common terms and phrases

AAA-l analogy antecedent apply argument is valid argument-form assertion called categorical form categorical proposition causal cause chapter claim complex conditional conjunction consequent contrapositive Converse Accident Copi's definition dilemma disjunction elements enthymeme event evidence example exercises following existential expected value explanation expression F F F F F T F fact fallacy false forced values formal proofs given hypothesis hypothetical syllogism identify Impl individual inference invalid language logic look material implication means ment middle term Mill's Methods minor premiss negation non-P obversion occur possible predicate term Premiss Premiss probably problem Professor Copi proofs of validity quantifiers reason relationship result rows rules of inference second premiss seems Simp simple sort square of opposition standard-form categorical syllogisms statement form step symbol tautology things tion totte.n& translation true truth table truth values values based variables Venn Diagram