Monday, July 28, 2008


Philosophy lecturers from Phil105 are here!

An argument consists of reasons called premises and a conclusion (the statement you want the reader to believe or be persuaded by). Standard form. Suppressed premises.

Complex arguments use subconclusions as premises for following conclusions. Series/parallel (co-dependent/independent) argumentation. Material and logical test. Plausible premises. Logical progression.

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