## Study Guide for Hurley's A Concise Introduction to Logic, Seventh EditionIncludes summary statements of main points, worked-out examples with answers, and answers to additional exercises from the text. |

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### Contents

BASIC CONCEPTS | 1 |

MEANING AND DEFINITION | 19 |

INFORMAL FALLACIES | 27 |

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Additional Exercises amphiboly arguer argument commits argument is valid assumption Betty categorical propositions categorical syllogisms commits the fallacy conclusion false conditional proof conditional statement Conj contraposition deductive denoted dogs example Exercises for Section Exercises from Exercise existential F T F false cause following arguments go to town illicit major Impl indirect proof inductive argument instantiation lexical definition logically equivalent major premise meaning modern interpretation obverse P(B given persons persuasive definition predicate logic predicate term premises true primary analogates probability propositional logic quantifiers reexpressed relation represented rules of inference Sample Exercises Simp Simp 9 square of opposition standard form stipulative definition subject term substitution instance things traditional square translated true premises truth table truth value undetermined undistributed universal valid argument form variable Venn diagram weak analogy word x)Ax