All the directions are in the mini lecture that are attached. This is only for examples.

In this lesson, you will learn how to construct a PROOF in statement logic. The proof method **only **shows that an argument is valid; it does not show that an argument is invalid. This is the disadvantage of the Proof Method; however, the advantage of this method is that it better mirrors our process of reasoning than does the truth table method.

The idea behind the Proof Method is that if one uses ONLY **valid** arguments to demonstrate that the conclusion of an argument follows necessarily—on the assumption the premises are true—from the premises, then one has proven that the argument is valid.

There are eight **valid argument forms** from which we will draw to construct a Proof. These **valid argument forms** are called: **Rules of Implication**.

Subject | Philosophy |

Due By (Pacific Time) | 07/16/2014 12:00 am |

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