Match the statements with the type of argument, (some may fit both and some may not fit either!)
Page 1 – Arguments
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- The premises provide absolute proof for conclusions
- If the premises are true then the conclusion must be true
- Impossible for the premises to be true and the conclusion false
- It cannot provide philosophical proof
- The premises may provide some support for the conclusion
- If the premises are true then the conclusion could still be false
- Describes the logical structure of the argument
- The identification of the logical structure of the argument tells you whether the argument is true or false.