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Would it be possible to help with a diagram of the logic on this passage? When trying to get proficient at recognizing argument structure, some of these leave me staring at the page like a deer in headlights.
In this instance it was much easier and didn't require to hash it all out when looking to neuter it with attack the assumption/ alternate evidence approach.
I do want a better grasp on being able to hash out the conditionals (edit-logic structure) for tougher quesitons.
is this correct:
(A) (B) NOT (/C)
People ---> 5 Distinct --- > /stimulate other
yet comp senses senses
Then claims some A ----> C
Therefore some A ---> /B
For questions, should we ignore/ not waste time trying to unpack the argument structure until after and reading the answer choices and seeing if its necessary?
I don't see any truly conditional relationships in this passage. I'm looking for a statement that carries a necessary condition, but not finding any.The first two sentences ascribe beliefs to people. The last two sentences describe unusual behavior from only some people.
No conditions here, so I don't symbolize anything.
I expect to symbolize conditions when I see conditional language (I've tried to collect all conditional language here; if you ever see any on the test that isn't on that sheet, I'd love a heads up!).
I erred when referring to the argument structure as conditonal, was having difficulty separating argument structure and conditional relationships (trying to create conditonals as you were kind enough to enlighten me to that error). Thanks!