Deductive and Inductive Arguments 1 
Deductive and Inductive Arguments 1
by ReasonIO
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Date Added: April 13, 2016

Lecture Description

In this video, Dr. Sadler introduces his Fayetteville State University Critical Thinking class to the concepts of Deductive and Inductive arguments. He gives them examples of good and bad arguments and uses stereotyping to provide examples of how bad arguments are developed and where their flaws lie. He also discusses Indicator words for these types of arguments, as well as for premises and conclusions.

Course Index

Course Description

This is a series of 24 lectures from Dr. Sadler's Critical Thinking classes at Fayetteville State University, taught in Spring 2011. The textbook used was Moore And Parker's Critical Thinking 9th Ed.


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