Essaying an argument

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Passage 2.docx Hi, I am currently taking a philosophy class over the summer and I have an assignment to essay an argument. The argument that I have been assigned is rather long and I'm sure there are several premises, and I'm pretty sure it has more than one conclusion. My idea was to outline the argument first before I jump into writing my paper. I would like to make sure I am doing it correctly so that I don't bomb this class. The argument I have been assigned includes a few short paragraphs and each paragraph, the sentences are numbered.  I'm confused about what is what and I would like to work with someone to identify the parts so that when I start my paper I go about it correctly.  Thanks

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