Flashcards in Argument reconstruction Deck (7)
the complete explication of an argument for analysis,
standardization, and evaluation.
The context of an argument consists of the background information and setting in which the argument is put forward.
The claim or point of view to which the argument responds.
A proposition that is presumed to be true in the absence of proof or evidence.
An incompletely stated argument where the unstated or missing parts, which may be a premise or conclusion, is implicitly taken for granted.
An argument has missing or unstated premises if there is a proposition P such that the omission of P creates a logical gap in the argument.