part 2-5 basic components, structure and logic of argumentation

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Unformatted text preview: nclusion He must be a good basketball player. After all, he’s tall, and all tall people are good basketball players. “After all” = indicates a Premise Standard Form Premise 1: He’s tall Premise 2: All tall people are good basketball players Conclusion: He must be a good basketball player Identify the Premises and Conclusion The weather report is calling for blizzard conditions. Driving could be hazardous. Stay here tonight and you can head back to college after the road is plowed tomorrow. Standard Form Premise 1: Premise 2: Conclusion: Write it in Standard Form Start on your homework now. You will get done earlier and still have time to watch the movie with us. It shouldn’t take too long and your father can help you if you need it. Standard Form Identify the Premises and Conclusion If all employers require their employees to take a flu shot, then less people would take sick days. This would result in increased productivity for the nation as a whole. Standard Form Premise 1: Premise 2: Conclusion: Identify the Premises and Conclusion If all employers require their employees to take a flu shot, then less people would take sick days. This would result in increased productivity for the nation as a whole. Standard Form Premise 1: If all employers require their employees to take a flu shot, then less people would take sick days Premise 2: What is the implied premise? Conclusion: The flu shot would increase productivity for the nation as a whole. Identify the Premises and Conclusion If all employers require their employees to take a flu shot, then less people would take sick days. This would result in increased productivity for the nation as a whole. Standard Form Premise 1: If all employers require their employees to take a flu shot, then less people would take sick days Premise 2: Less people taking sick days would increase productivity for the nation Conclusion: The flu shot would increase productivity for the nation as a whole. Identify the Premises and Conclusion Less than one percent of the people receiving parking tickets appeal those tickets. Therefore, one cannot claim that the Parking officers are issuing unwarranted citations. Standard Form Premise 1: Premise 2: Conclusion: Identify the Premises and Conclusion Less than one percent of the people receiving parking tickets appeal those tickets. Therefore, one cannot claim that the Parking officers are issuing unwarranted citations. Standard Form Premise 1: Less than one percent of the people receiving parking tickets appeal those tickets. Premise 2: What is the implied premise? Conclusion: one cannot claim that the Parking officers are issuing unwarranted citations. Identify the Premises and Conclusion Less than one percent of the people receiving parking tickets appeal those tickets. Therefore, one cannot claim that the Parking officers are issuing unwarranted citations. Standard Form Premise 1: Less than one percent of the people receiving parking tickets appeal those tickets. Premise 2: People appeal unwarranted ci...
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