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When we hear the word “argument” we often think of fighting and disagreement, but in logic and rhetoric it simply means an attempt to persuade someone. An inductive argument clearly claims that the evidence leads to the desired conclusion. Did you know that a deductive argument leaves the listener to arrive at the conclusion on their own?
 
Did you know that you can make an argument by analogy? Do you know what a defensible argument is? Logic and persuasion can be a fun topic! Do you know enough to get all of the answers right? If you think that you’re an expert, take one of our quizzes and see if you can persuade your friends into believing that you’re a pro!

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  • In logic, the term “argument” always implies some kind of emotional confrontation. 
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  • The same argument can be written in more than one way, using different words, different sentences and different sentence organization.
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  • In ordinary language we often rely on implicit background assumptions when both presenting and interpreting arguments.
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  • An argument can be invalid but still qualify as a good argument.
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  • An argument can have weak logic but still qualify as a good argument.
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  • Validity comes in degrees — you can have arguments that are “very valid”, “moderately valid”, etc.
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  • What is a fallacy? 
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  • Alexander is a girl. Girls like flowers. As such, Alexander likes flowers. Are the premises relevant to the conclusion? 
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  • Person A: You should try smoking. Everyone does it. Person B: I think not. Your words cannot be trusted - Ive heard a lot of negative comments about you.What are the fallacies commited in this example by Person B?  
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  • Which authority is being used to support this argument (for the rights of asylum seekers)?
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  • ​Which authority is being used to support this argument (for marriage equality)?
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  • Which authority is being used to support this argument (for medicinal marijuana)?
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