and the conclusion must be statements, capable of being true or false. Stebbing, A Modern Introduction to Logic, Methuen and., 1948. Refute Opposing Views, in addition to offering evidence to support your own position, you'll need to anticipate and refute potential opposing views. Standard types edit Argument terminology There are several kinds of arguments in logic, the best-known of which are "deductive" and "inductive." An argument has one or more premises but only one conclusion. (Hidden assumptions- the milkman was not the murderer, and the murderer has left by the front or back door). Remember that you'll need to provide evidence in support of your point, perhaps in the form of details about other schools that have student-staffed tutoring services that have proven successful. A proof is a logical and cognitive concept; an argument is a praxeologic concept. 15 The late French philosopher Michel Foucault is said to have been a prominent advocate of this latter form of philosophical argument.
CQ6: Backup Evidence Question. The key is that you can't simply make an assertion that something is true. "User Acceptance of Knowledge-Based System Recommendations: Explanations, Arguments, and Fit" 45th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, Hawaii, January. In the above second to last case (Some men are hawkers. You might have enough strong points in the case you're already building without discussing what skeptical readers who oppose your arguments might say. Observe, the cat is scratching right now." Joe has made an argument that the cat has fleas. 12 Major Premise: Source E is an expert in subject domain S containing proposition.