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Merely based on unfounded assumption and suspicious evidence(invalid statistics false analogy),in this analysis,the author claims that(结结+结结 1).To justify the claim,the author points out that and also reasons that 1.effective correlation (结结结 (结结结)结to a large extent or even only结by(结结结结结结结 结 and then) 2.gratuitous assumption结结结结结结结结 and then结 assumes that 3.doubtful survey 结结结结结结结结结结结结结 结 claim that ...... ,according to statistics from +结结结结结 3.false analogy//all things are equal as ago ,( )would do so nowadays 5.either-or choice Imposes an either-or choice between and(结结结结结结结结结结结结) 结结结结结结结结结结结结结结结结结结结结结结结结结结 At first glance,the author's argument appears to be somewhat convincing,but further reflection reveals that the conclusion is based on some dubious assumptions(statistics) and the reasoning is biased due to inadequacy and partiality in the nature of the evidence provided to justify the conclusion.A careful examination would review how groundless this conclusion is. First,the threshold problem involved in this argument is that the arguer Second,even assuming that ,it is +ALSO Finally,to say the least,结结 ,yet 结结+结结 To conclude,this argument is not persuasive as it stands. To make this argument logically acceptable,the author had better to ,then to to consider and eliminate other possible reasons that may also lead to reduction of processing cost to use more analogical things to demonstrate his or her conclusion (to take the view angle of development to entirely treat this issue) to provide more powerful evidence rather than gratuitous assumptions to break through the limitation on either-or choice. to collect enough and valid data from long-time lasting survey and from target
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crowd. Furthermore,I would also need to know to better evaluate this argument.Only with more convincing evidence could this argument become more than an emotional appeal.
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