Unformatted text preview: Argue for the negation of the argument’s conclusion. a. If your objection is successful, you will have shown that the conclusion of the argument is false and hence that the argument is unsound. b. If your objection is successful, you will NOT have shown what’s wrong with the argument; that is, which of its premises is false. c. So you will want to supplement your objection by identifying the false premise of the argument...
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- Spring '08
- Logic, Argument map, Argumentation theory