Practical Reasoning Week 6
Practical Reasoning Week 6 TPHIL 250
University of Washington Tacoma
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Date Created: 11/09/15
Building an argument 1. Remember all the structures of validity, and make sure the written argument is valid. 2. Identify all possible positions. 3. Write out all the ideas as arguments, these are going to be your premises. 4. Make sure all the premises you are going to use for your arguments are able for you to support, if not, either do more research or change your premises. 5. Defend important premises with arguments supporting them. 6. Develop main argument based on the premises. 7. Consider objections that would disprove the argument or conclusion. *Remember, an argument is only sound when both the premises are true and the argument is valid.