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Argument (Linguistics) - Grammar and Composition - About.com
In English, a verb typically requires from one to three arguments. The number of arguments required by a verb is the valency of that verb. In addition to the ...
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Argument (Rhetoric) Definitions and Examples
A course of reasoning aimed at demonstrating truth or falsehood. Argument is one of the traditional modes of discourse. Adjective: argumentative. Daniel J.
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Conclusion (Argument) - Definition and Examples
The proposition that follows logically from the major and minor premises in a syllogism. An argument is successful when the premises are true (or believable)  ...
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Argument Definition - Excel Spreadsheets Glossary
The arguments are the part of the function enclosed in round brackets ... As seen in the image above, the argument for the SUM function is the range (A1:A5).
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Argument and Logic FAQs - Agnosticism / Atheism - About.com
What is an argument? What is an explanation? What are logical fallacies? In order to debate well on just about any topic and think critically about all of the ...
http://atheism.about.com/library/FAQs/skepticism/bllog_index.htm
Argument & Rhetoric - Premises, Inferences & Conclusions
When people create and critique arguments, it's helpful to understand what an argument is and is not. Sometimes an argument is seen as a verbal fight, but that  ...
http://atheism.about.com/od/logicalarguments/a/argument.htm
deductive argument - Agnosticism / Atheism - About.com
Glossary of Religion and Philosophy - Deductive Argument.
http://atheism.about.com/library/glossary/general/bldef_deductive.htm
Inductive Argument - Agnosticism / Atheism - About.com
Glossary of Religion and Philosophy - Inductive Argument.
http://atheism.about.com/library/glossary/general/bldef_inductive.htm
How To Tell When Arguments Are Valid and/or Sound
Assuming that we have established that we have an actual argument, the next step is to examine it for validity. There are two points on which an argument might  ...
http://atheism.about.com/od/logicalarguments/a/critiquing.htm
Deductive & Inductive Arguments: What's the Difference?
Arguments can be deductive or inductive and you need to know the difference in order to properly create or evaluate an argument. In deductive arguments, it's ...
http://atheism.about.com/od/criticalthinking/a/deductivearg.htm
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