Exercises ch 3 - MODES OF REASONING CEDERBLOM, CH. 3,...

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MODES OF REASONING CEDERBLOM, CH. 3, EXERCISE 3.3 1b: P1: The creation and destruction of human embryos and the harvesting of stem cells from aborted fetuses involve the taking of human life. P2: Taking of human life is wrong. C: The creation and destruction of human embryos and the harvesting of stem cells from aborted fetuses is wrong. 1f: (This passage is not an argument, it is a report. However, it contains an argument, which can be diagrammed as follows:) P1: As long as women tolerate violence from men, men will continue to be violent toward them. P2: If we teach women not to tolerate violence from men, women will no longer tolerate violence from men. P3: We should prevent violence toward women. C: We should teach women not to tolerate violence from men. Alternatively: P1: If women do not tolerate violence from men, men will no longer be violent toward them. P2: If we teach women not to tolerate violence from men, women will no longer tolerate violence from men. P3:
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This note was uploaded on 02/07/2011 for the course MODR 1760 taught by Professor Camelacircelli during the Spring '11 term at York University.

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Exercises ch 3 - MODES OF REASONING CEDERBLOM, CH. 3,...

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