Deductive Logic Arguments

Deductive Logic Arguments (Abstract World Arguments): this group of arguments use deductive logic. They don't use physical world testing evidence to justify their conclusions and/or they are arguments that cannot be tested in the physical world. Typically they start with premises (the premises define the particular abstract world) and from these premises deductions are made. This group includes the deductive logic fallacies.
 
 
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