TruthVs.Validity

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TruthVs.Validity

  1. 1. There was a group of people… Having a good time!
  2. 2. DAMN she’s hot!OMG, really? Hey, Danielle, I think He’s cute! that cute guy is checking you out.
  3. 3. Handle it, bro!Smile at Ok, Okhim, girl!
  4. 4. OMG!He’s coming!
  5. 5. SCRAM!Eww! Fine!
  6. 6. Hi… Danielle Hey… I’m kyle
  7. 7. Let’s get outta here and get to know each otherUm… Yeah, sure. better?
  8. 8. This is mybed. It’s niceand big, huh? It sure is.
  9. 9. I just wanted toget to know each other a little So what did you better. wanna talk about?
  10. 10. 911 Call______________________________________________________________________Operator: “911. What’s your emergency?”Caller: “I was raped!”Operator: “Okay ma’am, I need you to calm down. I need your first name,please?”Caller: “Danielle”Operator: “Thank you. Do you know who raped you, danielle?”Caller: “Yes!”Operator: “What’s his name?”Caller: “Kyle”Operator: “Okay, we’re sending someone over to get your statement.”Caller: “Okay”
  11. 11. Interrogation______________________________________________________________________Officer: You are being accused of rape. Are you aware of the repercussions?Kyle: I didn’t rape anybody.Officer: Rape is a serious allegation.Kyle: I understand that sir, but I never raped her. it was consensual.Officer: That’s not how the victim remembers it.Kyle: She’s lying!
  12. 12. Who is telling the truth?
  13. 13. Truth is absolute, the same for everyone, and beyonddoubt. Validity is defined as the internal consistency of an argument. it is tied to the information available.

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