PHI 103 wk 2 discussions

-TOPIC:Does social media enhance or hinder interpersonal relationships?

————————————————————————————————————————-

Here are your options:

Categorical Forms (the variables represent categories):

1.       All As are Bs. No Cs are Bs. Therefore, no Cs are As.

2.       Some As are not Bs. No Bs are C. Therefore, some Cs are not As.

3.       Some As are Bs. Some Bs are Cs. Therefore, some As are Cs.

4.       Only As are Bs. Some Bs are Cs. So some Cs are As.

5.       All As are Bs. Some Bs are not Cs. Therefore, Some Cs are not As.

6.       No As are Cs. Some Bs are Cs. So some As are not Bs.

7.       No As are Cs. Some Bs are Cs. So some Bs are not As.

Sorites (Sorites = “heaps”: these have more than 2 premises):

8.       All As are Bs. All Bs are Cs. Some Cs are Ds. Therefore, some As are Ds.

9.       All As are Bs. All Bs are Cs. Some As are Ds. Therefore, some Cs are Ds.

10.   All As are Cs. Some Cs are Ds. All Ds are Bs. Therefore, some As are Bs.

11.   Only As are Bs. No Ds are Bs. Some Ds are Cs. Therefore, some As are Cs.

12.   Only As are Bs. Some Ds are Bs. All As are Cs. Therefore some Ds are Cs.

Propositional Forms (the variables represent simple sentences):

13.   If P then Q. If Q then R. Therefore, if P then R. (Can you name this form???)

14.   If P then Q. Q. Therefore, P. (Can you name this form???)

15.   If P then Q. P. Therefore Q. (Can you name this form???)

16.   P or Q. Not P. Therefore, not Q (Can you name this form???)

17.   If P then Q. Not Q. Therefore, not P. (Can you name this form???)

18.   If P then Q. Not P. Therefore, not Q. (Can you name this form???)

19.   P only if Q. Q. Therefore P.

20.   P and Q. If P then R. Therefore, R.

21.   P or Q. If P then R. Therefore, R.

22.   P or Q. If P then S. If Q then S. Therefore S.

23.   If P then Q and R. P and Q. Therefore, R.

24.   If P or Q then R and S. P. Therefore S.

25.   P and if Q then R. Not R. Therefore, P and not Q.

26.   Neither P nor Q. R only if Q. Therefore, not R.

27.   Neither P nor Q. If Q then R. Therefore, not R.

28.   P if and only if Q. Not P and not S. Therefore, not Q.

29.   P if and only if both Q and R. R but not Q. Therefore, not P.

30.   If P then Q and R. Q and R. Therefore, P.

-PLEASE REFERENCE CHAPTERS THAT ARE ATTACHED.FOLLOW THE DIRECTIONS