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Reconstruct the argument using standard reconstruction format (P 1 , P 2 , P 3 , P n . therefore Conclusion).
- Reconstruct the argument using standard reconstruction format (P1, P2, P3, Pn... therefore Conclusion). This part of the assignment is designed to allow you to demonstrate what you've learned in Units 1 through 4 of this course. Remember to number the premises, including any tacit or missing premises, and to clearly identify the conclusion (C).
- Identify and explain three (3) or more fallacies that are committed within the argument. This part of the assignment is designed to allow you to demonstrate what you've learned in Units 5 through 8 of this course.
- Since this argument appears to use both deductive and inductive patterns of inference, evaluate it using the criteria of validity, soundness, reliability and strength. Is it valid? Is it sound? Are the inductive sub-arguments reliable? Overall, is it a strong argument? Remember to clearly distinguish between induction and deduction, and to state whether you accept or reject the argument, and why.
- In your final paragraph, make two substantive suggestions for improving this argument