focus on the argument, not the expression thereof! Thus, there are Good and Bad Arguments!
As critical thinkers, we need to focus on the argument, not the expression thereof! Thus, there are Good and Bad Arguments! From reading this article, use your knowledge of inductive and deductive reasoning to “argue” this week!
Prepare a 1-2 page argumentative essay on a relevant topic in your field. Your argumentative essay must contain all of the relevant elements of an argument, including valid reasoning, supporting claims (the premise) and a conclusion!
Then, think critically about this:
Some people would argue that buying lottery tickets makes no sense at all. In fact, people in math often call lotteries “the stupidity tax.” Mathematically, why do you think that is? Develop a brief argument that supports your response to this statement. Provide your answers in 1-2 paragraphs.