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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.

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.

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