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What is the following statement?
“They’re letting that criminal go on account of a technicality in the search warrant. I think that’s just awful.”



A. This is an argument, and the conclusion is “That’s just awful”.
B. This is an argument, and the conclusion is “They’re letting that criminal go on account of a technicality in the search warrant”.
C. This isn’t an argument, it’s just a pair of statements. Neither is being offered as a reason to believe the other.

This question is part of 1.4 Identifying Premises and Conclusions
Asked by Kdelapla, Last updated: Dec 27, 2018

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John Adney

John Adney

Answered on Nov 26, 2017

C. This isn’t an argument, it’s just a pair of statements. Neither is being offered as a reason to believe the other.

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John Smith

John Smith

Answered on Sep 14, 2016

This isn’t an argument, it’s just a pair of statements. Neither is being offered as a reason to believe the other.

The answer is (C). Neither statement is being offered as a reason to believe the other.
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