Arguments that bypass relevant complex reasoning in

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Unformatted text preview: tter supervision of all employees.” 2 Apogee � � � � � � ����� 9o * APogee *? B6 *, * � . *? B 6 p Ł ‚ + 9o * Apogee F � � � + & B6 *?B 6 1. 2. 3. causal oversimplification: It is imprudent to conclude that the establishment of the field offices is the only reason explaining the decline of the profit. all things are equal: The success of the centralization of the past does not guarantee the applicability in the future. either-or-or choice: The author assumes that the centralization and the establishment of field offices are mutually exclusive alternatives, there is no middle ground between they two. In fact, we can have the field offices under centralized control. In this argument the author concludes that the Apogee Company should close down field offices and conduct all its operations from a single, centralized location because the company had been more profitable in the past when all its operations were in one location. For a couple of reasons, this argument is not very convincing. First, the author assumes that centraliza...
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