Valeria Alejandra Rodriguez Soto A01229282 Group 62
Elements of a syllogism: -Major term -Minor term -Middle term
Definition: Is a deductive reasoning built up by two premises and a conclusion
Example 1 1.Fruits have vitamins 2.An apple has vitamins 3.Therefore, an apple is a fruit
Example 2 1.In social networks people share photos 2.In facebook people share fotos 3.Therefore, facebook is a social network
Fallacies are arguments that are either false or incorrect, or both.
They are not valid arguments but they are confused as valid
Example 1. AD HOMINEM "You also study at Tec. Every student in Tec is rich. Therefore, you must pay the check"
Example 2. AD VERECUNDIAM "He has been in the soccer team for a few days and he says that there are a lot of succesful players around"
An analogy is a reasoning made up by establishing relations between concepts and/or judgments. Example. Cause and effect "Studying is to get good grades as not studying is to fail.