5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- What are the two properties of simple apprehension?
- What is sense perception?
- What is the definition of comprehension?
- What is a mental image?
- Who is the father of logic?
- a Aristotle
- b comprehension and extension
- c The completely articulated sum of intelligible aspects represented by a concept
- d The act of seeing, hearing, smelling, tasting, or touching
- e The image of an object formed in the mind.
5 Multiple choice questions
- The process by which a simple apprehension is derived from a sense perception or a mental image.
- When we make logical connections between the term and the argument.
- An act by which the mind grasps the concept or general meaning of an object without affirming or denying anything.
- An argument is sound when the premises are true and the argument is valid.
- formal and material logic
5 True/False questions
What is material logic? → interested in form of reasoning
What the the three things associated with a simple apprehension? → perceive something with our senses, form a mental image, conceive its meaning
What happens during a simple apprehension? → We form a concept of something in our minds
At what point do you go from simple apprehension to judgment? → When you affirm or deny anything about a concept.
What is formal logic? → deals with the content of an argument