4 qusetion about Philosophy


Requirement: please provide brief explanations of your answers, citing lecture and the textbook, and providing original examples, not examples from the textbook or lectures,  when instructed:



  1. What are the components of an argument?  Give a definition of each of the components, and provide 3 examples of “key word indicators” that are used to signal each component of an argument.
  2. What is the difference between an argument and an explanation?  Provide an example of each, with a brief explanation of why one example counts as an argument, and why the other example counts as an explanation.
  3. What are the 3 criteria a statement must meet in order to count as an “objective” statement?  Provide an example of an objective statement, and clearly explain how your example meets all three criteria?
  4. In your own words, what is the difference between a deductive argument, and an inductive argument?  Give examples of each type of argument to help explain your answer.
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