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Unformatted text preview: because of the reputations of its professors. A flaw in this argument is when they are talking about recent graduates winning the Nobel Prize and that 75% of students are able to find jobs after graduating. This statement does not support the argument because it is talking about the students, not the faculty. Also, it is stated that the reputation of the faculty is based on certain faculty members accomplishments, which leads one to assume that only a few of the faculty members have good reputations, instead of all of them like the argument is appearing to say. Another flaw in the argument is that the supports are not elaborated on. It says that several of the faculty members are internationally renowned in their fields, but it does not say which faculty members, which fields, how many faculty members, etc....
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This note was uploaded on 04/28/2008 for the course PSYC 111L taught by Professor Narloch during the Spring '07 term at CSB-SJU.
- Spring '07