Read this fifth selection and answer the following questions:
1. Similar to the example in 7.1, provide your own example of a deductively valid argument.
2. Construct an example of an argument that is not deductively valid.
3. What is the difference between a fact and a value? What is an example of each?
4. Construct an argument that attempts to surreptitiously transition from facts to values. Then point out where this transition
is attempted and why it cannot be made.
5. How can the open question test be applied to the properties of a square?
6. What would be Moore's opinion of Singer's utilitarianism?