Arguments in Action

| June 19, 2015

(a)     What is an argument in philosophy? 2

(b)Add the missing premises or conclusions to form valid arguments.

(i)     Premise 1     Premise 2     Conclusion All fruits are edible. An apple is a fruit. 1

(ii)     Premise 1     Premise 2 Conclusion

(c) The following is an everyday argument. Write down the premises and conclusion in standard form. James is telling a lie. When people tell a lie they blush. Look at

his face – he’s blushing

Read the argument below.

You claim that the boy did not steal the goods but why should anyone listen to you? Your father was caught speeding on the motorway.

What is the informal fallacy in the above argument? Explain this fallacy with reference to the above argument. 3

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