Deductive arguments

Jake Wright
University of Minnesota, Rochester
This essay presents deductive arguments to an introductory-level audience via a discussion of Aristotle's three types of rhetoric, the goals of and differences between deductive and non-deductive arguments, and the major features of deductive arguments (e.g., validity and soundness).
Keywords Introductory texts  Introductory logic  Introductory metaphilosophy
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