Inductive and Deductive Arguments

Feb 3rd, 2012
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parts of arguments and differentiate between various types of arguments such as inductive and deductive. You will then construct specific, original arguments. There aretwoparts to the assignment. Complete both parts. The following is a summary of the assignment tasks. Part 1 • 1a: Identify Components of Arguments Identify the component parts of the argument, premises and conclusion, for the passages. Where applicable, highlight key words or phrases that identify a claim as a premise or a conclusion. Part 1a has three questions. • 1b: Identify Arguments as Inductive or Deductive Identify the arguments as inductive or deductive for given passages. Offer a brief explanation why each argument is either inductive or deductive. 1b has three questions. Part 2 • 2a:Argument Identification and Analysis In these longer text passages, identify the key components of each argument. For each argument, list the main conclusion and the reasons (or premises) that support the conclusion. • 2b: Constructin

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n this assignment, you will apply key concepts covered in the module readings. You will identify the component parts of arguments and differentiate between various types of arguments such as inductive and deductive. You will then construct specific, original arguments.There aretwoparts to the assignment. Complete both parts. The following is a summary of the assignment tasks.Part 11a: Identify Components of ArgumentsIdentify the component parts of the argument, premises and conclusion, for the passages. Where applicable, highlight key words or phrases that identify a claim as a premise or a conclusion. Part 1a has three questions.1b: Identify Arguments as Inductive or DeductiveIdentify the arguments as inductive or deductive for given passages. Offer a brief explanation why each argument is either inductive or deductive. 1b has three questions.Part 22a:Argument Identification and AnalysisIn these longer text passages, identify the key components of each argument. For each argument, list the main conclusion and the reasons (or premises) that support the conclusion.2b: Constructing Original ArgumentsConstruct one original inductive argument. Using 75-100 words, explain

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