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In philosophy and logic, an argument is a series of statements typically used to persuade .... argues from generalizations true for the most part, and induction, a form of reasoning that makes generalizations based on individual instances.

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A. Every argument in logic has a structure, and every argument can be described in terms of this structure. 1. ... The central parts of an argument include ... a.

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Logic, the process from which logical argument stems, is the basis upon which current theories of our world are built. In this lesson, we will...

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The Basic Elements of Arguments. The Fundamentals of Logic: Definition - 'Logic' can be defined as the philosophical study and analysis of arguments.

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Aug 17, 2010 ... A student once said to me, "Hey prof, your logic class rocks!" So to intentionally equivocate, it's not just geology courses that are known for ...

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Arguments and Inference. The Discipline of Logic. Human life is full of decisions, including significant choices about what to believe. Although everyone prefers ...

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Jan 16, 2014 ... Understanding Logical Argumentation, Structure, and Reasoning. 1. Parts 2-5 Basic Components, Structure and Logic of Argumentation; 2.

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Logic is the science that evaluates arguments. An argument is a group of statements including one or more premises and one and only one conclusion.

changingminds.org/disciplines/argument/making_argument/argument_elements.htm

The basic logical argument structure contains premises, which are used to infer conclusions.