Unformatted text preview: choice (a.k.a. unstated premise), consider which are irrelevant to the information at hand and which are plausible. Ask, “’Is there a reasonable assumption I could make that would make this argument valid [or strong]?’” (Moore & Parker, 2007, pp. 224-225). This process will help identify which answer choices (unstated premises) best fit the argument. See the Identifying Unstated Premises section of Chapter 7 for more information....
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