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Philosophy questions Question I. a True b True c True d True e True since in B-rule every voter offers a linear ordering of the underlying candidates by assigning them a score as the last candidate are ranked with least points f. ) True as every voter ranks the candidates in the order of the preference from top to bottom. Moreover, the voter can be permitted to rank the candidates as equivalent in order to express the prevailing indifference amidst them. g.) True, since in C-rule every voter distributes a fixed number of prevailing points and the candidates with the maximum points wins.

This strategy can also work in B-rule as every voter offers a linear ordering of the underlying candidates by assigning them a score as the last candidate are ranked with least points II. a.) Therefore, it is imperative to use the C-rule and neither the M-rule nor B-rule are to be usedB= the B-Rule is to be used in EE=the most preferred exist in EM= the M rule is to be used in EE=the most preferred exist in ES=everyone votes sincerely in ET= social preference is transitive in ED=the most preferred cab be discovered in EO= voter preferences measured ordinallyI= it is imperative to use the C-rule~ (T˄-O) ˅ ~ (I˄~D)~ (D ˅O)S→ (~O→ (~I˄T)Therefore, ~STree method0>~ (T˄-O) ˅ ~ (I˄~D)2>~ (D ˅O)3> S→ (~O→ (~I˄T) S ~D ~O ~S 4 >~ D → (~I˄T) ~~D 5>I˄~D ~I T 7 >~ (T˄O) 8>~ (I˄~D) ~T ~~O ~~I ~~D Since all the ends are closed, the argument is valid B. )In case i is indifferent between a and b and also between b and c, then I is indifferent between a and cIII. ~ (U˄T) ˅ ~ (P˄~D)~ (E3 ˅P)R→ (~P→ (~T˄U)Therefore, ~RIV. C-rule is stables since it solely distributes a fixed number of prevailing points and the candidates with the maximum points wins.

B-rule is also stable since every voter offers a linear ordering of the underlying candidates by assigning them a score as the last candidate are ranked with least points Conversely, M-rule is unstable since every voter ranks the candidates in the order of the preference from top to bottom.

Moreover, the voter can be permitted to rank the candidates as equivalent in order to express the prevailing indifference amidst them. ReferenceJacquette, D., Gabbay, D. M., Thagard, P., & Woods, J. (2006). Philosophy of Logic. Burlington: Elsevier.

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