argument 测验EN[ˈɑːɡjʊmənt] [ˈɑɹɡjumənt] [ˈɑɹɡjʊmənt] [ˈɑɹɡjəmənt]
名争论, 辩论, 理由 维逻辑论证
- 问题 1 :
Consider the ________: 15) I am hungry; therefore I am hungry. Intuitively this should count as valid. But suppose we thought of the components of arguments as sentences, and suppose we imagine the context shifting between the utterance of the premise and the utterance of the conclusion. Suppose you are hungry and utter the premise, and I am not hungry and utter the conclusion. Then we would have a true premise and a false conclusion, so the ________ would not be valid. Clearly we need to avoid such problems, and introducing the notion of a proposition, in the style of this section, is one way of doing so.
TO ALL SVCH AS HAVE receiued either pleasure or profite by the two former published bookes of this ________: And to all beside, that desire to know the wonderfull slie deuises of this hellish crew of Conny-catchers. ]