Introduction

Rule V

Rule VI

Rule VII

Summary

Rules that have to do with the Quality of the statements in the syllogism.

What are Qualitative Statements?

Affirmative or Negative

No conclusion can follow from two Negative Premises.

What is Rule V?

Can you logically derive a negative conclusion from two affirmative premises? True or False

What is False.

Rule VII

What is Either premise is negative, the conclusion must also be negative?

The syllogism must comply with these 7 rules to be considered what

What is Valid

Amount of rules we have learned?

What is 7.

Rule V prevents

What is saying more in the conclusion than is contained in the premises?

Example of categorical syllogism breaking Rule VI

All (S) men are (P) mortals

All (P) mortals make (I) mistakes

Therefore, some things that make (I) mistakes are not (S) men

Premises are affirmative or negative

What is Negative?

The last set of rules are called

What is qualitative rules?

Name the Terminological Rules.

I. What is 3 and only 3 terms

II. What is the middle term must not occur in the conclusion?

We cannot establish a connection between the major and minor terms.

What is we have two negative premises?

The conclusion is true but what's wrong.

What is goes beyond the premises Justify

If either premise is negative the conclusion must be

What is negative

Rule V says and when violated we commit what fallacy

What is no conclusion can follow from two negative premises and Fallacy of exclusive premises

Quantitative Rules.

III. What is the term distributed in the conclusion and in the conclusion?

IV. What is the middle term distributed at least once?

Example of rule 5 in a categorical syllogism

No plants are animals

Some minerals are not animals

Therefore, some minerals are not plants

Fallacy this rule violates

What is the Fallacy of Drawing a negative conclusion from affirmative premises?

Just because we say that some are excluded from a group, it does not preclude the possibility that all may be. True or false

What is True

Rule VI says and when violated commits what fallacy

if two premises are affirmative, the conclusion must also be affirmative and the Fallacy of drawing a negative conclusion from affirmative premises

Qualitative Rules

V. What is no conclusion from two negative premises?

VI. What is the conclusion is affirmative from two affirmative premises?

VII. What is the negative premise the conclusion must be negative?

Fallacy rule V commits

What is Fallacy of Exclusive Premises?

Fallacy Rule VII commits

What is the Fallacy of drawing an affirmative conclusion from a negative premise?

Rule VII says and when violated commits what fallacy

What is if either premise is negative, the conclusion must also be negative and the Fallacy of drawing an affirmative conclusion from a negative premise?

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