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Unformatted text preview: of soundness depends on the truth of its premises. Thus part (III) should be the main part of your discussion. For this: (i) You may attack the argument by developing an attack against one of the premises and saying how the attack survives replies. Or (ii) you may defend by developing a reply against some one particular attack: say how the attack works, and why you think it fails — it is too much to show that all the premises survive all attacks! Whether you attack or defend the argument, then, you will cover roughly the same material: some one significant objection against a premise together with replies – either to say either to say the objection works, or to undercut it. Some suggestions are linked below. The way this assignment asks you to focus on a particular version of the argument and then its...
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This document was uploaded on 03/26/2014 for the course PHIL 192 at CSU San Bernardino.
- Fall '13