Logic and Argument
Carefully study the part of the reading that discusses valid arguments. Make sure you understand what it means to say that an argument is valid, and why it is that a valid argument can have one or more false premises. Then construct an original argument that is valid and has at least one false premise.
Editors, “A brief guide to logic and argumentation,” pages xxxiii to xliv (sections 1-5)
Reading question 3 on determinism and free will
Ayer claims that while the kleptomaniac does not act freely when he or she steals, the ordinary thief does. Why does Ayer believe this?
A.J. Ayer, “Freedom and necessity,” 618-624
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