on November 12, 2019
It is mentioned in the video how an argument is only valid if the conclusion follows logically from the stated premises, assuming those premises are true. Are we supposed to always assume the premises are true? For example, in the video, one of the arguments shown is the one with the two premises being "anyone named Sue is a girl" and "X is named Sue", and the conclusion is "X is a girl". How is this not a valid argument assuming the premises are true?
Irina on November 12, 2019
Dan on December 1 at 05:05PM
Skylar on December 2 at 01:12AM