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Not all arguments are deductive arguments. Deductive arguments may be recognized by their characteristic forms. The form of an argument can be recognized by identifying keywords. Because deductive arguments constitute a particular sort of reasoning, they entail the use of a particular set of words. In particular, there are three types of key words to watch for.   1. Mathematical keywords: plus, minus, equals 2. Categorical keywords: is, all, some, no, every, any, only 3. Propositional keywords: both…and, either, … or, if .. then, unless   Read more…
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