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Formal and Informal Argumentation

Lecture no. 3 from the course: Argumentation: The Study of Effective Reasoning

 Formal and Informal Argumentation

Taught by Professor David Zarefsky | 30 min | Categories: The Great Courses Plus Online Philosophy & Religion Courses

This lecture will review the defining features of deduction and induction and will summarize three major forms of deductive reasoning: categorical, conditional, and disjunctive. The lecture will conclude by emphasizing why informal reasoning is involved in contemporary study of argumentation.

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