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7 The ENTHYMEME Arguments from SiGNS, PROBABiLiTiES, & CiRCUMSTANCE
CAN YOU GUESS?
DEDUCTION: A process of reasoning in which a conclusion follows necessarily from the premises presented, so that the conclusion cannot be false if the premises are true.
…More on THE ASSUMPTION
“QUESTION AT ISSUE” = Question about which there is disagreement in the community.
Types of ENTHYMEMES…
2. Arguments from Probabilities
Arguments from Probabilities (con)
3. Arguments from Circumstance
Work Cited (con.)
THE END!!!!! (Hope you enjoyed!!! Though, let’s be honest… I really doubt that!)
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