“The Scope Of Logic”, By Wesley C. Salmon

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Both “The logical correctness or incorrectness of an argument depends solely upon the relation between premises and conclusion” (Salmon 3). We also learn about the definition of “fallacious”, which is the term given to a logically incorrect argument. Both a logically correct and incorrect argument may both have false premises this is not what makes them correct or incorrect...
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The conclusion is the distinguishing factor. Salmon touched on the fact that not all arguments, logically correct or incorrect can be easily found and noted words that usually precede the argument to make it clear to the reader. As well as finding the argument Salmon says that sometimes there will be one or more missing premises...
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