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Part B of ARG

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Winter 2011

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When they are either evident or demonstrated from another cogent argument with evident
Acceptability of the premises
Relevant is when they contribute to the rationality of believing the confusion
Relevance of premises
When premises, taken together, provide good grounds for believing the conclusion
4 types of grounds:
Goodness of the grounds
ARG method
When an argument has ARG.
When an argument is cogent, it is reasonable to accept its conclusion.
ARG is informal
Formal logic: works by using deductive arguments to reach its conclusion
Informal logic vs. Formal logic
Formal logic: premises should be true so that the conclusion is true
Validity vs. Good grounds
Lecture 1B -ARG
10 January 2011
Lectures Page 1

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Lecture 1B - ARG 10 January2011 16:09 ARG method - Acceptability of the premises When they are eitherevident or demonstrated from another cogent argument with evident premises - Relevanceof premises Relevantis when they contribute to the rationality of believingthe confusion - Goodness of the grounds When premises, taken together, provide good grounds for believingthe conclusion 4 types of grounds: Deductive
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