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Premise and Conclusion

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Premise and Conclusion PHIL111

Meghan Arsenault
Bridgewater State University
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Meg Arsenault PHIL 111 9:05­9:55 MWF 1. I shouldn’t eat anchovies, seeing that they sometimes make me sick. This argument wants you to believe that (Conclusion) I…anchovies and wants  you to believe it based on the point that (Premise) they…sick. 2. I like my cousin Mark, and I smile whenever I see him.  No argument 3. I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to the republic for  which it stands, one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.   No argument   4. Lina aced the test, but she didn’t think it was a big deal.  No argument 5. Jesus loves me, for the Bible tells me so.  This argument wants you to believe that (Conclusion) Jesus…me and wants you  to believe it based on the point that (Premise) the…so.  6. Spiderman is a better superhero than Superman because Kryptonite can’t hurt him,  and he doesn’t have a Lois Lane around to mess things up.  This argument wants you to believe that (Conclusion) Spiderman…Superman  and wants you to believe it based on the point that (Premise) Kryptonite…up.  7. If guns are outlawed, then only outlaws will have guns. Don’t outlaw guns.  This argument wants you to believe that (Conclusion) only…guns and wants you  to believe it based on the point that (Premise) if…outlawed.  8. “Good sense is, of all things in the world, the most equally distributed, because  everybody thinks himself so abundantly provided with it that even those most difficult to  please in all other matters do not commonly desire more of it than they already possess. This argument wants you to believe that (Conclusion) good…distributed and  wants you to believe it based on the point that (Premise) everybody…abundantly  and (Premise) even…possess.  9. “A state aims at being a society based on equals, and therefore a state that is based  on the middle class is bound to be the best organized. This argument wants you to believe that (Conclusion) a state…organized and  wants you to believe it based on the point that (Premise) a state…equals.    10. If someone says something that offends me, I cannot and should not try to step  them for speaking. After all, in America, speech­even offensive speech­ is protected.  No argument. 11. “Reason is the greatest enemy that faith has; it never comes to the aid of spiritual  things, but more frequently than not struggles against the divine word, treating with  contempt that all emanates from God.”  No argument.     


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