College Comp II Quiz
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The act of convincing someone to accept your idea or opinion.
A process of persuasion that relies on reason and logic.
An unexamined belief.
A positive, often emphatic statement made without reliance on evidence or reason.
An assertion offered as a position in an argument.
The assertion being offered in an argument.
A type of reasoning that goes from the specific to the general and essentially involves using examples.
A type of reasoning that goes from the general to the specific and relies on a series of statements (reasons) leading to a conclusion.
An agreed upon definition or fact to help determine the outcome of an argument.
The required condition met in an argument when the form is valid (logically correct) and the premises are true.
An exception to a claim.
A made-up example used in argumentation to extract and test the logical or empirical consequences of a course of action.
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