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LogicArgumentation We use logic when we are evaluating what a person is saying. We have to assess whether or not what that person is saying makes sense. We use argumentation when we argue with siblings. For it to be considered logical argumentation, there must be key logical points that correlate and make sense for the topic of theargument. When use tons of logic when we are constructing statements about certain topics. We must logically think about we put down because if we don’t, some information could make no sense or be invalid. When we are trying to argue our points of view,we use argumentation. When we argue our point of view, we use should use all things logical to support what we are saying and convince the other person in the argument thatwe are right. Arguing our point of view is another we use logic. We want our statements in an argument to be logically thought through or someone may say that everything we are saying is completely invalid or plain stupid. When we think and speak logically, we pull together statements that consist of combining reasoning with evidence to support an assertion. Thinking logically makes argumentation possible and we think logically and debate, or argue, every day.
Mariyah Cross 2 CrossProfessor Linda AmosSpeech 110119 September, 20174. If I say, “There is plenty of pasta, so you should have some more,” am I implying or inferring that you have not eaten enough?