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Unformatted text preview: 2/17/2009 1 Review of Homework #2 Any questions? 3.2 4B “They’re wrong for this reason: this would be a defeat for the United States in a key battleground in the global war on terror.” [The New York Times, August 17, 2006, citing President Bush on people “who believe we should cut and run.”] 3.2 Exercise 6B Jerry: What is his stand… on abortion? Elaine: Well, I’m sure he’s pro-choice. Jerry: How do you know? Elaine: Because he, well… he’s just so good looking. What’sthe argument? Exercise 4.7 6B You ask me whether there is a God? Let me ask you whether a God would permit the evil and injustice that we see all around us? No way. Draw your own conclusion.” Concluding Remarks So far, we have been looking at arguments that seem contrived. We haven’t really had to “cut through” much in the arguments we have seen so far. Deletions in Arguments Words that are part of the context Addresses the audience “I need a raise, boss” Commentary on what the argument itself is doing. “I’m sure you can see my point.” “You can see what follows from this argument.” “I just don’t see how you can still disagree.”“I just don’t see how you can still disagree....
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