Deductive and Inductive Arguments with Implicit Premises 
Deductive and Inductive Arguments with Implicit Premises
by ReasonIO
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Date Added: April 13, 2016

Lecture Description

In this lecture from his Fayetteville State University Critical Thinking class, Dr. Sadler brings together two previously introduced sets of concepts: distinctions between deductive and inductive arguments, and implicit or unstated premises. He discusses how inductive arguments involve general rules that admit of exceptions, and how deductive arguments involve universal rules.

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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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