Emily Ryall's Critical Thinking for Sports Students (Active Learning in PDF

By Emily Ryall

ISBN-10: 0857255770

ISBN-13: 9780857255778

ISBN-10: 1844454576

ISBN-13: 9781844454570

Particular purpose-written source to assist scholars in greater schooling comprehend and follow serious considering within the examine of recreation. disguise; name; Copyright; Contents; Preface and acknowledgements; 1 serious pondering and the research of game; 2 what's an argument?; three comparing an argument's constitution: deductive arguments; four comparing an argument's content material: fact, facts and credibility; five Assumptions, generalisations and hypotheses; 6 comparing arguments: fallacies; 7 comparing arguments: examples; References; Index

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To make this mistake is to affirm the consequent. 6 d) Some athletes take illegal performance-enhancing substances. Caroline is an athlete, so is there 7 any conclusion that follows? – No conclusion can be reached as to whether Caroline takes illegal 8 performance-enhancing substances as the statement is that only some, not all, athletes do so. 9 e) All skate-boarders have good balance. Good balance requires good core stability. What can we 40 deduce about skate-boarders? – Skate-boarders have good core stability.

FALSE (І stands for ‘therefore’ and indicates a conclusion is being given). e) ‘If-then’ arguments indicate a logical relationship between two things. – TRUE. f ) ‘If p then q’ means that whenever one is present then the other is also present.

F ) The 2011 Asian Games will be hosted by either Qatar or Australia. Qatar has pulled out, therefore . . Classes Sometimes it might be easier to represent the logical structure of a deductive argument by using a diagrammatic form, especially when you are dealing with classifications. Consider the following example: a) All members of the Russian hockey team are competent ice-skaters. b) Thomaz is a member of the Russian hockey team. c) Therefore, Thomaz is a competent ice-skater. 17). 17. The first premise stated that all members of the Russian hockey team are competent ice-skaters.

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