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Week 2 notes: Non-Arguments

by: Carly Ott

Week 2 notes: Non-Arguments 4482

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Carly Ott
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elementary logic
Nathaniel Nicol

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Date Created: 02/10/15
Chapter 12 NonArguments Kinds of nonarguments 1 Simple noninferential passages a Warnings pieces of advice statements of belief or opinion loosely associated statements and reports arguments in quotes 2 Expository passages a Elaborating b Topic sentence 9 item item item etc 3 Illustrations a Comparing listing details 4 Explanations a Showing you HOW something is the case while arguments show you THAT something is the case b Gives you more detail about something you already believe Ex The gun works because 6 not an argument we already know how a gun works c statement that describes the eventphenomenon to be explained d statement or group of statements that purports to do the explaining 5 Conditional statements a if clause b then clause c whenever one event ensures that another event will happen i In antecedent d when one thing is essential or required in order for another thing to be realized i In consequent Ex If you do not live in the US then you do not live in Washington


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