Divide your first post into two paragraphs: in the first, locate a deductive argument by either of the writers (note that this is a dialog between two individuals — both of whom give several argument

Divide your first post into two paragraphs: in the first, locate a deductive argument by either of the writers (note that this is a dialog between two individuals — both of whom give several argument

Divide your first post into two paragraphs: in the first, locate a deductive argument by either of the writers (note that this is a dialog between two individuals — both of whom give several arguments to each other), in the article “Arguments Against God”, New York Times, Gary Gutting, Feb 25, 2014. Put the deductive argument into a form that we can see that it’s deductive — identify the premises and the conclusion. Then, tell us whether it is sound, and if not, which premises are not true, and why. Read the chapter carefully and review the module materials to be sure you understand the difference between inductive and deductive arguments, and valid and sound arguments. In another paragraph, locate an inductive argument given by either of the writers in the article above. Identify the premises and the conclusion. Explain what kind of argument you’ve located, and what criteria you can give to show whether it’s a strong or weak argument.

 

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