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  • Exercise of Chapter no 01 Analyzing Arguments Prepared by:- Abdul Qadir
    • Analyze the Premise and Conclusion in an Argument.
  • Q)How you may determine a conclusion or a premise in an argument? Some words or phrase typically serve to introduce the conclusion of an argument, and are therefore called Conclusion Indicators. Some words or phrase typically serve to introduce the premise of an argument, and are therefore called Premise Indicators.
  • Premise-Indicators
    • Since
    • Because
    • For
    • As
    • Follows as
    • As shown by
    • Inasmuch as
    This is a Partial List not complete
  • Conclusion-Indicators
    • Therefore
    • Hence
    • So
    • Accordingly
    • In Consequence
    • Consequently
    • Proves that
    • As a result
    • For this reason
    • Thus
    This is a Partial List not complete
    • A well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.
    Argument 1 Premise Conclusion Read Carefully
    • We can avert a majority of cancers by preventions efforts, even if we never get straight on the causes; more research on prevention and less on cure makes increasing sense.
    Premise Conclusion Argument 2
    • Good sense of all things in the world the most equally distributed, for 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.
    Premise Conclusion Argument 3
    • You need to vote because America doesn't work if you don't vote.
    Conclusion Premise Argument 4
    • Forbear to judge, for we are sinners all.
    Premise Conclusion Argument 5
    • Males born into poverty are more likely to commit crimes as teenagers and adults than are more privileged males. So a boom in birth among poor mothers can be expected to exert upward pressure on the crime rate 15 to 20 years later.
    Premise Conclusion Argument 6
    • The essence of our admirable economic system is to create wants as fast as, or faster than it satisfies them. Thus, the improvement of living conditions, meaning greater consumer satisfaction, is, by definition, impossible.
    Premise Conclusion Argument 7
    • The investigation of supernatural phenomena lies outside the realm of science. Therefore, science can neither prove nor disprove the existence of God.
    Premise Conclusion Argument 8
    • He that loveth not Knoweth not God; for God is love
    Premise Conclusion Argument 9
    • Because light moves at a finite speed looking at objects that are millions of miles away is actually looking at light that was emitted many years ago.
    Argument 10 Premise Conclusion
  • Thank You…..