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a) the premise that A causes B , B causes C , and so on to X b) the premise that X is 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) A does not cause B b) B does not cause C c) C does not cause X Passage 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 X is p , q , r , …, z b) 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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