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7 The ENTHYMEME Arguments from SiGNS, PROBABiLiTiES, & CiRCUMSTANCE

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Essential Question:

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BENCHMARK

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CAN YOU GUESS?

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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.

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ENTHYMEME

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ENTHYMEME (con.)

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CIRCULAR REASONING

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…More on THE ASSUMPTION

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“QUESTION AT ISSUE” = Question about which there is disagreement in the community.

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Types of ENTHYMEMES…

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2. Arguments from Probabilities

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Arguments from Probabilities (con)

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3. Arguments from Circumstance

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Works Cited

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Work Cited (con.)

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THE END!!!!! (Hope you enjoyed!!! Though, let’s be honest… I really doubt that!)

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