CRITICAL THINKING - Fundamentals: Soundness [HD]


In this video, Aaron Ancell (Duke University) discusses the philosophical concept of soundness. After reviewing validity, he defines soundness: an argument is sound when it is valid and has all true premises. He reviews a few examples of sound and unsound arguments, and he encourages you to develop sound arguments on your own. Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/Gqe5/





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