Cmn 504 Introduction To Argumentation Exercise 7 Categories Of Interpretation Being Identify The Specific Type Or Form Of Argument Related To Being In Each Of The Following Examples

1. We cannot permit the government unlimited access to electronic communication. While national security is indeed important, the invasion of privacy and the dangers to liberty such access entails far outweigh any national security rationale.

A. Generalization Argument C. Argument by Division E. Transitivity Argument

B. Argument from Definition D. Dissociation Argument F. Hypothesis Argument

2. The Trustees are in danger of destroying the academic reputation of the University, as professors leave for better opportunities elsewhere. Take for instance Professor Westphal in Philosophy. His recent Facebook post says he’s leaving UNH primarily to break free of the destructive policies and attitudes of the Trustees.

A. Argument by Example C. Argument by Division E. Transitivity Argument

B. Argument from Definition D. Dissociation Argument F. Hypothesis Argument

3. All of the players who arrived at the park on time heard the report of the scouting team. It follows that none of them will be fined by the management.

A. Generalization Argument C. Argument by Division E. Transitivity Argument

B. Argument from Definition D. Dissociation Argument F. Hypothesis Argument

4. The Munchkins should be considered citizens of Oz because their village falls within the administrative district of the Emerald City.

A. Generalization Argument C. Argument by Division E. Transitivity Argument

B. Argument from Definition D. Dissociation Argument F. Hypothesis Argument

5. Well, of course the University saves some money in the short term by cutting faculty positions and courses. In the long run, however, the quality of education will suffer, and that will hurt enrollment and make the budget problems worse.

A. Generalization Argument C. Argument by Division E. Transitivity Argument

B. Argument from Definition D. Dissociation Argument F. Hypothesis Argument

6. The law defines “adequate education” as “instruction that enables students to participate in contemporary economic and civic life.” It is clear that since the school district offers neither computer education, nor an approved civics curriculum, that they do not meet the standard set by the law.

A. Generalization Argument C. Argument by Division E. Transitivity Argument

B. Argument from Definition D. Dissociation Argument F. Hypothesis Argument

7. In a recent study, the UNH Survey center, having polled 450 citizens from all around the state of New Hampshire, determined that nearly 300 of those polled were born outside of the state of New Hampshire. This surprising result means that only one third of current residents were native-born citizens of the Granite State.

A. Generalization Argument C. Argument by Division E. Transitivity Argument

B. Argument from Definition D. Dissociation Argument F. Hypothesis Argument

8. To be sold as Irish Whiskey a product must be triple distilled within either Ireland or Northern Ireland, made from grains natural to the Irish countryside, and be aged for at least 12 years. This product, although old enough, and made from natural Irish grain, is nevertheless distilled and shipped from Edinburgh Scotland. It is not, then, Irish Whiskey.

A. Generalization Argument C. Argument by Division E. Transitivity Argument

B. Argument from Definition D. Dissociation Argument F. Hypothesis Argument

9. I know a balanced budget will bring us emotional satisfaction and political credit, but from an economic point of view it makes no sense. We should not pass the balanced budget amendment.

A. Generalization Argument C. Argument by Division E. Transitivity Argument

B. Argument from Definition D. Dissociation Argument F. Hypothesis Argument

10. We should not allow unregulated development of cloning technology. While the potential medical and scientific benefits are intriguing, the moral and ethical questions involved in tampering with natural genetic evolution and reproduction are more compelling.

A. Generalization Argument C. Argument by Division E. Transitivity Argument

B. Argument from Definition D. Dissociation Argument F. Hypothesis Argument

11. The case of the murder of Officer Briggs by Michael Addison proves the need for a death penalty in this state. How many more cases like this do you need before you see the solution?

A. Argument by Example C. Argument by Division E. Transitivity Argument

B. Argument from Definition D. Dissociation Argument F. Hypothesis Argument

12. All of the students who came to class before Thanksgiving got the extra practice quiz. It follows that none of them will fail the test on Monday.

A. Generalization Argument C. Argument by Division E. Transitivity Argument

B. Argument from Definition D. Dissociation Argument F. Hypothesis Argument

13. Since students using the latest version of Safari are unable to download the distance-learning lectures it seems likely that there is a technological incompatibility between the Kaltura lecture program and the MAC browser.

A. Generalization Argument C. Argument by Division E. Transitivity Argument

B. Argument from Definition D. Dissociation Argument F. Hypothesis Argument

14. An eligible scholarship recipient must meet certain criteria. He or she must be ranked in the top ten percent of his or her graduating class, must score at least 700 on the verbal portion of the SAT, must have studied Latin for four years in High School, and must be accepted to the Medieval Studies program. If you look at the file you will see that Anselm was ranked third in his class, scored 760 on his SAT verbal test, has studied Latin since Junior High, and is enrolled in Medieval Studies. He meets all the criteria and is therefore eligible.

A. Generalization Argument C. Argument by Division E. Transitivity Argument

B. Argument from Definition D. Dissociation Argument F. Hypothesis Argument

15. United Nations peace missions inevitably end in failure. Take as a case in point the U.N. mission in Lebanon in the 1980s.

A. Argument by Example C. Argument by Division E. Transitivity Argument

B. Argument from Definition D. Dissociation Argument F. Hypothesis Argument

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