a)the premise that Acauses B, Bcauses C, and so on to Xb)the premise that Xis undesirable (or desirable) 3.Considering the weakest point in the argument, the most effective way to argue against it would be to argue that ________. a)Adoes not cause Bb)Bdoes not cause Cc)Cdoes not cause XPassage 7 Wagner is very similar to Mozart. Both wrote ornate, complicated symphonic music. I like Wagner, so I should like Mozart, too. 1.The ________ scheme is present in the passage. a)slippery slope reasoning b)argument from analogy c)appeal to precedent d)two-wrongs reasoning e)two-wrongs by analogy 2.Considering the scheme involved and the premises it requires, the weakest point in the argument is ________. a)the premise that Xis p, q, r, …, zb)the premise that Y is p, q, r, … c)the premise that p, q, r, … are the properties relevant to z
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