||Philosophy 203: Scientific Reasoning
Test: The Structure of Arguments
Part IV: Truth, Validity, Soundness, and Correctness (10 points).
Directions: Evaluate the following statements and in the appropriate place provided, write in the word "true" or the word "false" in accordance with your evaluation.1. __________ All inductive arguments are correct.
2. __________ All deductive arguments are valid.
3. __________ All sound arguments are valid.
4. __________ All valid arguments are sound.
5. __________ Induction by complete enumeration is really deduction.
6. __________ A correct inductive argument could have true premisses and a false conclusion.
7. __________ A good inductive argument is highly probable.
8. __________ A deductive argument is always totally certain.
9. __________ A valid deductive argument could have true premisses and a false conclusion.
10. __________ Even though science is an inductive inquiry, scientists also use deductive arguments.