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IMG_0002_NEW_0024 - B) J t ls it acceptable to criticize an...

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Unformatted text preview: B) J t ls it acceptable to criticize an argument simply by saying there's something wrong with the premises?-a reasonable person would want to know ^Itrh y 'ra.' t!^ tyett a^ol 4-(Chapter 7, l, C) Not all objections to premises are f-al'a srlbS+pnt$0,^ vs ins*s+-UA (Chapter 7, I, D)- 5&quot;hs+gqt+,io&quot;L criticisms nuA -+&quot; be n olclrrUseol- )n&lt;ttt-s*p*ViA ones include: (i) (ii) (iii) stating that &quot;maybe that's lalEt- &quot; pointing out thai tne premGet are not supported by Can I accept two arguments the conclusions of which are in conflict? Wtu|h{ V , ftf fAt rafralll J '1 1 01 001 weekT#1 parl O...
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