And we defined an argument as being strong if it's a non-deductive argument in which the premises succeed in providing strong support for the conclusion.

A strong argument is a view that is supported by solid facts and reasoning, while a weak argument follows from poor reasoning and inaccurate information.

Data Base Scholarly Article inductive generalization Statistical argument ... Strong/weak inductive generalization Reliable/unreliable inductive generalization.

A deductive argument is an argument in which it is thought that the premises provide ... In an inductive argument, the premises are intended only to be so strong.

Argument; conclusion: Women today are working more and relaxing less. ANS: D PTS: 2 2. .... Inductive, weak. e. Deductive ... Inductive, strong. e. Deductive ...

Oct 14, 2006 ... Distinguishing Arguments from Window Dressing 53. Evaluating ..... illustrations and examples continue to have a very strong presence.

Sep 17, 2015 ... One of the strongest arguments expressed by the Federalists was that the ... In addition to foreign threats, the Federalists believed that the weak ...

Yet there were the terrible injustices the colonists could not forget. Americans were divided against themselves. Arguments for independence were growing.

In this Federalist Paper, Alexander Hamilton argues for a strong executive leader, as provided for by the Constitution, as opposed to the weak executive under ... There can be no need, however, to multiply arguments or examples on this head.

Apr 24, 2018 ... (Points : 5) Causal argument Categorical argument Inductive generalization Analogical argument ... Strong/weak; sound/unsound Question 13.