Write expository essay for critical thinking class (philosophy 3)

 

Prompt: Based on the Hurley textbook, write an expository essay that includes each of the four specific components listed here, plus sentence structure and spelling as listed at the bottom:

  1. Explain the difference between an argument and a non-argument. This portion of your essay should address the bold heading, but it should also include answers to all of the following specific questions: What is a statement or a proposition?; What is a logical argument?; What is a non-argument? 
  2. Explain the difference between a deductive argument and an inductive argument. This portion of your essay should address the bold heading, but it should also include answers to all of the following specific questions: What makes a group of statements a deductive argument?; What makes a group of statements an inductive argument?; What is the key difference between a deductive argument and an inductive argument? 
  3. Explain the difference between a valid argument and a strong argument. This portion of your essay should address the bold heading, but it should also include answers to all of the following specific questions: What do we mean when we say that an argument is valid?; What do we mean when we say that an argument is strong? What is the key difference between a valid argument and a strong argument? 
  4. Explain the difference between a sound argument and a cogent argument. This portion of your essay should address the bold heading, but it should also include answers to all of the following specific questions: What do we mean when we say that an argument is sound?; What do we mean when we say that an argument is cogent? What is the key difference between a sound argument and a cogent argument? 

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