Need help responding the my peers listed below

Need help responding the my peers listed below


Creating an Inductively Strong argument Week 3 Discussion 1 2/20/2017 12:19:33 PM


This week we are learning about the power of inductive reasoning. Inductive reasoning is not only extremely common, but it can also provide very good evidence for conclusions. This discussion prompt allows you to present an inductive version of the argument that you have been developing in this course.

Prepare: To prepare to write this discussion, read Chapters 5 and 6, focusing especially the section on “Strengthening Inductive Reasoning” in Chapter 5. Take a look as well at the required resources from this week, including What is a Strong Argument? [Link]

Reflect: Create a new (and improved) version of the argument that you have been developing throughout this course or create an argument for one of the premises of that argument. Try to make sure that all of your premises are true and that your reasoning is inductively strong. Again, consider how someone with the opposite point of view might criticize your argument and see if you can improve it to avoid those objections.

Write: Present your argument in standard form and explain any weaknesses that might remain. A weakness could mean a premise that many might disagree with or questions about the strength of the inference. Indicate briefly how you might address those weaknesses to strengthen your argument further. What further information might strengthen your argument the most?

Guided Response: Read the arguments presented by your classmates and analyze the reasoning that they have presented. Comment on the strength of their reasoning. Help them out by pointing out any respect in which a reasonable person might disagree with the truth of their premises or with the strength of their reasoning. Give suggestions for how the argument might be improved. If someone presents good suggestions for your own argument respond with an improved version of the argument.

w3_d1_p1 Lamont Harris 2/21/2017 3:58:44 PM
Premise 1: Stand your ground is a law to protect ourselves from any bodily harm.

Premise 2: Self-defense is to protect yourself, to were stand your ground, is a law that tells you that you don’t have to run away from harm.

Premise 3: Stand your ground is not the same as self-defense in so people’s eyes.

Conclusion: Therefore stand your ground and self-defense in some way are the same, but just a few states have the stand your ground law. There are a lot of errors in stand your own ground, we’re a women that is getting beat on and she shoots in the air and she gets five years in prison. To me stand your ground give people the opportunity to kill a human being and to get away with it.

Inductive Reasoning #1 wk 3 Denise Winston 2/22/2017 1:37:45 PM
P1- Social Media allows us to make new friends on Facebook and other Internet sites.

P2-Social Media sites like Facebook allow people to create pages for many events, reunions, and parties.

P3-Social Media allows people to reconnect to relatives they haven’t seen in a long time and to build and maintain relationships.

Conclusion- Therefore, Social Media can be a positive impact for people who use Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, Snap chat and other sites that are available for people to connect and interact with.

Argument- An argument with Social media can be is that some people refuse to use sites like Facebook and Twitter because of some problems that exist with the sites like hacking, cyberbullying and sexual issues. People use Video chat and Snap chat to communicate by making sexual videos that can be inappropriate.

Explanation- Social Media is very popular and with the many browsing sites that are available they allow people to access them at any time of the day. Facebook is one site that you can look at the news feed, comment on post, and premise particular message you find interesting. People also create pages for events, parties, and reunions because it is easier since most people have a Facebook page.

discussion 1 Kimberly McQueen 2/23/2017 6:41:47 PM
Premise 1: drugs are a poisonous to your own body. When you do drugs you are poisoning yourself.

Premise 2: drugs can weaken your body and can cause a lot of serious health problems.

Premise 3: when you are so addicted to drugs it can lead to a overdose, which can cause death.

Conclusion: using drugs are bad for you because you start getting addicted, which will run your life. Drugs can make people do a lot of bad things and also a lot of crazy things.

When people start to drugs all the time it hurts family and friend. Drugs also control your mind. in today society a lot of people are so addicted that they will do anything to get the drugs and to do the drugs with a friends.

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