Enthymemes in Propositional Logic

Teaching Philosophy 3 (3):325-330 (1980)
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How to use truth tables to narrow down the number of possible candidates for missing premise. and, how to use philosophical analysis to pick the most plausible candidate from among those. this activity is a nice capstone to a course in logic for it combines formal and informal procedures
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