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5.4: Identifying and evaluating an argument

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5.4
Identifying and evaluating
an argument


Critical
Thinking


5.4
Identifying and
evaluating an
argument

Argumentative writing differs from descriptive and expository writing in important ways.


Critical
Thinking


5.4
Identifying and
evaluating an
argument


Critical
Thinking


5.4
Identifying and
evaluating an
argument


Critical
Thinking


5.4
Identifying and
evaluating an
argument


Critical
Thinking


5.4
Identifying and
evaluating an
argument

An argument expressed in natural language can still be assessed for its formal validity.


Critical
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5.4
Identifying and
evaluating an
argument

In academic contexts, evaluate the validity of deductive, inductive, conductive and abductive arguments.


Critical
Thinking


5.4
Identifying and
evaluating an
argument

Have a go at Activity One and Two.


Critical
Thinking


5.4
Identifying and
evaluating an
argument

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