Week 2 Discussion 1 Deductive Language
Construct a deductive argument that is valid but not sound. Then, construct a valid deductive argument that is sound. Be sure to put the argument in premise-conclusion form.
Discussion 2 Inductive Language
Construct an inductive argument for a specific conclusion. Then, explain what you might do to make this inductive argument stronger, either by revising the premises or by revising the conclusion.
Week 1 Discussion 1
Consider an argument you have recently had with a friend, family member, manager, co-worker, or someone else. Identify the topic of the argument and present that argument in premise-conclusion form, identifying both the premises and conclusion.
Too much television can corrupt a child
A good friend of mind and I have children that share play dates. She shared a conversation on day that too much television is not good for a child at any age. She told me that her children watch television all the time which give her time to sleep and do household chores evenings and weekends. I told her that the more children watch television even with shows that are not immoral but still can misguide a child. For example: comical or comedy shows that kids that make fun of characters of those that teaches children to act less than or older age groups. One day my daughter was talking and acting like the characters on the show. I knew then that my daughter could no longer watch less of that show or not at all. My friend does not think that there is anything wrong with especially it enables her to get the breaks she need after long days at work. We disagreed, to a play date at my house to watch a movie. As soon as the show begins she witnessed her daughter imitating the characters in the movie so much that it was embarrassing to her; at that point she was able see the truth she begin to correct her children and went on to apologize to me as well. Too much television is a bad for children behavior especially...
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