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II. In this assignment we continue with concepts relating to arguments, what they are, the formal nature of arguments, validity and invalidity, the difference between an argument and an explanation.
The information you need to do this exercise can be found in Chapters 1, 2 , 3.1 and 3.2 of your text book.
1. An invalid argument cannot have all true premises and a true conclusion. True or False. Explain in 2 or 3 sentences.
2. ” Q because P ” can express either an argument or an explanation. In your own words, indicate what is the specific difference between an argument and an explanation. 2 or 3 sentences. ( The general difference is the purpose to be served by the given information; this question asks for the specific difference.)
3. Give an example of a sentence ( one sentence) which combines the informative and directive functions of language. ( Your example must be one which is not included in your text.)
4. Cite an example of a difference in belief which you have had with someone. ( Again, don’t choose an example from your text. And remember, this question is not about religious belief, though it could be. )
5. Again, do not take an example from your text, but from your own experience, write an example of an argument which is inductive in nature. Identify the premises by a “P” in front of each of them, and place a “C” before the conclusion.
5 points each, Total : 25 points.
For 5 points extra credit you may answer #6.:
6. In Chapter 2, p. 39 the authors present this passage: “Racially diverse nations tend to have lower levels of social support than homogeneous ones. People don’t feel as bound together when they are divided on ethnic lines and are less likely to embrace mutual support programs. You can have diversity or a big welfare state. It’s hard to have both.”
Paraphrase the passage to show the argument or arguments. Indicate the premises and conclusion[s]

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