EG1413 - acknowledged the problem but confines his...

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Sheet1 Page 1 Begging the Question. Past-life memories of children prove that past lives exist because the children could have no other source for their memorie s The conclusion of this argument is that past lives exist. The premise assumes that children have had past lives. The arguer sh o >>Intro Although these reasons seem logical, [Ending sentence]
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Unformatted text preview: acknowledged the problem but confines his discussions to . . [topic sentence] advocates/ concludes that. . Indeed This is contrary justifies overlooked highlights certainly. . but it may means the writer's claim of ... highly speculative Sheet1 Page 2 Surely . .. even if Notwithstanding the fact...
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