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What is an inference

The steps in reasoning that moves from the premises to logical consequences.


Acts of intellect by certain judgments that derive another judgments

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What is a premise

A statement that argues a claim that would induce a conclusion


A starting point for inference

Starting judgment in a inference

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What is an conclusion

A judgement reached by reasoning

Derived by an inference

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What is capacity

Innate or natural potential

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What is a habit

“Hexis” kind of ability

acquired ability

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What is action

An area concerned with theories about processs of human bodily movement

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Define Science

Acquired ability that is rooted in a person’s intellect that’s a person’s capacity

Reason why "cause"

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What is art

Habit of right reason that making something

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Name the 7 liberal arts

Arthmetic
Geometry
Music
Grammar
Rhetoric
Logic
Liberal Art

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Why would Socrates say that an example is not definition?

A defintion is a statement of a form that makes a thing to be a kind of thing it is whether it is a book or a horse or a pious action

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Empirical Methods of Inquiry

Methods of observation or experiment

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Why will empirical methods be inadequate in any attempt to answer Socrates's question about the form of piety

Form of impiety

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Dialectic

Certain art of discussion

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State of the principle of contradiction.

The principle of the norm or asserts that nothing can be both be the case not be the case at the same time

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What does it mean to say that the principle of contradiction is a normative

principle of reason that cant't be assess

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What is the proper object of the 5 external senses

Hearing: Sound

Sight: Colors

Smell: Roses

Taste: food

Touch: objects

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Explain the difference between Phantasm and Universal

Phantasm: is the sense impression that are retained through the imagination


Universal: shared by all forms of that kind

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Compare and contrast between sense and intellectual knowledge

Sense: Is the uniquness of the individuality of sensible attributes.


Intellectual: Capacity that grasps the universal and this kind of knowledge

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What is a sign

are the concepts and signs for real things

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What is a instrumental sign

Is a thing that exist in its own right

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What is a formal sign

is a sign that has no existence apart from its role

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What is an abstraction

The act of an intellect that apprehends a nature that is common to many objects and apprehend the phantasms representing the individual objects

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What do we mean by the essence of a thing

Distinguishing the accidents that belong to the individual object.

The essence exist in the thing kind of thing it is.

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What is an accident

The attributes that belong or not belong to an object while its remains the same in kind.

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What is a concept

Signifying an object or an thought is a sign of what's to.

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Why is the essence of thing unimaginable

Essence can be a thought of certain attributes

sensible = imaginable

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Compare and contrast words and concepts

Words: is an affection in the soul where the conception of the intellect.

Common nouns signify the Concept by the represent a nature

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What is a category

a series of predicates under a high genus

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Compare and Contrast words and terms

Words: Signifying concepts

Terms: Expression that can be the subject of the propositon

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What is predicate

one thing to another