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"Concepts" "Fill in the blank" "Concepts" "Fill in the blank" "Concepts" and "Principles"
100
It is the mental process through wich some particular qualities of an object are mentally separated to focus on specific common characteristics.
Abstraction.
100
The _________ is a complex mental operation that enunciates the relationship that exists between two or more concepts.
Judgment
100
Is a branch of philosophy wich deals with the study of rules as well as the correct and valid forms of reasoning through various procedures and methods.
Logic.
100
"due to...", "because...", and "since...", are logic indicators of _________.
Premisses.
100
It is valid if the premisses fully support the conclusion, and it is invalid if the premisses do not support the conclusion.
Deductive argument.
200
Are the elemnts that make up the structure of thought.
Concept, judgment, and reasoning.
200
The _________ is one of the most complex mental operations since it implies the coherent relation between two judgments or propositions to obtain a new judgment as a conclusion.
Reasoning.
200
Prepositions that offer reasons, justify and lead to the conclusion.
Premisses.
200
"then...", "therefore...", and "consequently...", are logic indicators of __________.
Conclusion.
200
The words and statements of our inferences must have the same and unique meaning troughout them.
Principle of Identity.
300
It can be defined as all that mental process that occurs due to intellect and rationality.
Thought.
300
There are two types of reasoning: _________ and _________.
Inductive, deductive.
300
General proposition followed by the premisses.
Conclusion.
300
_________ is the act of relating two or more propositions that leads to a conclusion.
Inferring.
300
It is impossible to affirm that a preposition is true and false at the same time under the same circumstances.
Principle of non-Contradiction.
400
It is the intellectual capacity that is responsible for interrelate different views to solve problems, draw logical conclusions and new knowledge by establishing causal and logical connections between different ideas or between facts perceived by experience.
Reasoning.
400
The _________ consists of the formulation of a law or a general conclusion based on the observation of particular facts or cases.
Induction.
400
Reasoning by which an idea is demostrated and justified.
Argument.
400
__________ are used to generate prepositions that did not exixst before; so we can infer facts, actions, intentions, relationships, and so on.
Inferences.
400
It tells us that by having two statements that contradict each other, necesarily one of them must be false and the other true.
Principle of Excluded Middle.
500
This term means the mental representation of an object, and it is the simplest element of thought.
Concept.
500
There are two types of induction: by ________ enumeration and by __________ enumeration.
Complete, incomplete.
500
It is the central idea that you must defend or prove with reasons, which are referred to as premisses.
Conclusion.
500
In _________ inference, we start from various observations made about the same fact or object, so that the conclusion is a statement that can be generalized to all cases that share the properties observed so far.
Inductive.
500
To decide that a premiss is true or false, it is necessary to have reasons to support such a decision.
Principle of Sufficient Reason.






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