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Two Kinds of Logical Reasoning
Arguments and Sets of Facts
Valid Conclusion
A statement that must be true according to premise.
Assumptions
Unstated premises, in order to be valid.
Types of conclusions
therefore, thus, hence, consequently, so, it follows that, or it can be concluded that.
Premises
because, since or proven by the fact that.
The Logical Reasoning Eight Question Types
1 - Must Be True/Conclusion/Inference, 2 - Strengthen/Premise/Assumption, 3 - Weaken/Undermine/Challenge, 4 - Method of Reasoning, 5 - Parallel Reasoning, 6 - Resolve/Reconcile/Explain, 7 - Argument Structure, 8 - Cannot Be True/Must Be False.
Type One Questions
Must Be True/Conclusion/Inference
Type Two Questions
Strengthen/Premise/Assumption
Type Three Questions
Weaken/Undermine/Challenge
Type Four Questions
Method of Reasoning
Type Five Questions
Parallel Reasoning
Type Six Questions
Resolve/Reconcile/Explain
Type Seven Questions
Argument Structure
Type Eight Questions
Cannot Be True/Must Be False