Which type of argument will often use past occurrences and causal generalizations to validate the argument?
A premise that is stated and an overt part of the argument is a(n) ________ premise.
A declarative statement based on observations known to be true or to have happened is called a(n) ________.
We need ________ because when we are in the process of reasoning, we do not have enough time to review every related statement.
If you accept premises as true and related to the conclusion in a ________ way, you should also be willing to accept the conclusion as true