Comm._40_BASIC_ARGUMENT_MODEL

Comm._40_BASIC_ARGUMENT_MODEL - BASIC ARGUMENT MODEL

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Support________________Reasoning_____________Conclusion Evidence Warrant(s) Claim expert testimony statistics examples definition Unstated premise(s) Judgment Facts Opinions General principle(s) Argument Premises Assumption(s) Proposition Accepted truth/belief(s) Point In this class, we will focus on 4 types of reasoning: Inductive (probability) Deductive (certainty) Cause/Effect or Causal Analogical or Reasoning by Analogy Some Basic Examples of Inductive Reasoning: The recycling program works in San Jose. The recycling program works in Sunnyvale. The recycling program works in Palo Alto. Therefore, the recycling program will work in Morgan Hill. Barry Bonds used steroids. Mark Maquire used steroids. John Smith used steroids. Therefore, all major ballplayers use steroids. Nuclear power plant A had no accidents. Nuclear power plant B had no accidents. Nuclear power plant C had no accidents.
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Comm._40_BASIC_ARGUMENT_MODEL - BASIC ARGUMENT MODEL

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