The author uses the word "immediacy" (line 39) most likely in order to express

hales on June 24, 2019

Sufficient and Necessary - Example Question 2

With questions such as this one, do you recommend diagramming out each of the answer choices to see which is the correct one? Is this something that (hopefully) will just get quicker? Or, is there another way you would recommend approaching the answer choices before proceeding to diagram sufficient and necessary? Additionally, when diagramming S&N I would love a little bit of clarification on how to diagram the conclusion. I understand that, using question two for sake of clarity - that would be the principle, and it would be diagramed according to regular S&N conditions.But the statement that follows after that "Therefore...." is clearly the conclusion. It is diagramed as P: (Premise?) and then underneath that C: (conclusion?) what part goes in which? Let me know if you need me to clarify any part of that question, as it is somewhat of a visual question. Appreciate it!

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hales on June 24, 2019

Upon rewatching the lecture I noticed that question two also uses the words "principle" and "premise" frequently - and I am having trouble understanding the distinction between them. Any clarification on this would be greatly appreciated.