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Methodology: Arguments What an argument is not: Some people use it to mean “fight”. Some people use it to mean “conversation in which people express opposing viewpoints”. Methodology: Arguments What is an argument? Arguments have three components. First, every argument involves one or more propositions. Second, every argument has exactly one final conclusion. That final conclusion is one of the propositions. Arguments (Continued) Third, every argument represents one or more of the propositions as entailing the final conclusion. It may or may not represent the other propositions as entailing or being entailed by one another. That’s it. That’s all there is to an argument. Example of an Argument 1. Socrates is a person. 2. All people are mortal. 3. Therefore, Socrates is mortal. [1,2] 4. All mortal things have parts. 5. Therefore,

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