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Philosophy
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PHIL 010S
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Phil 010 23 September 2013Using the Arg Conditions to Evaluate Arguments1 Fails on the G condition because all 3 reasons the author provides are based off of a personal experience instead of some form of statistical data making his conclusion not valid2Omit the R condition because reason 2 and 3 are logical if the argument was how to tell the difference between an animal and a human but its not These reasons are illogical because for it to satisfy the conclusion of being moral it should be based on the action of whether what is being done to animals is good or evil Also a counter argument to this case would be the fact that humans are considered to be a mammal or scientific term for a form of animal3 Omit the A condition because all the premises make no logical sense One cannot stamp anything on a soul making the authors reasoning absurd and unreasonable to believe anything about it is true5Omit the G condition because the premises a
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