Unformatted text preview: be absolutely true. Inductive logic is defined as the premise supporting the conclusion rather proving the conclusion. A premise is the reason to believe the conclusion; therefore the premise is stated: “There are no chocolate stains on my hands.” The conclusion of the argument is “…so I couldn’t have stolen the cookies.” In my opinion this in not a convincing argument. Maybe it is because I have a 6 year old and I am aware of the tricks that a child will play in order not to get caught. The child could have washed their hands....
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This note was uploaded on 09/27/2010 for the course CRT 205 crt 205 taught by Professor Darren during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.
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